Sonia G The Sky Eye Set is a permanent that retails for $160.00.
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Sonia G The Sky Eye Set Sky Brush Set ($160.00) is a new, eye-focused brush set from the brand that features five new brushes. As always, the brand has stated they will release the brushes individually in the future if the interest is there. I'm hopeful that we'll see them sold individually, though, because the brush sets have always been the same as purchasing the brushes individually, so being able to mix and match based on eye shape and needs/preferences is nice. The set launches today, November 19th, at 10AM PT.
The Jumbo Blender is ideal for someone who often wears one or two eyeshadows in a look, needs help with blending, or does a lot of all-over application of a single shade (whether to set a base or something else). The Classic Crease has a more rounded edge than the crease brushes in the Pro set, so it'll deliver softer, less precise and more blown out results, which may or may not be what one is looking for it; the size is also classic and may feel a bit oversized for those with smaller eyes.
The Mini Booster is the smallest crease brush by the brand to-date, and it should work well on a variety of eye shapes and sizes, though it will pack quite a bit of pigment as it is denser than most crease brushes. The Flat Definer looks a bit like a mini shader brush but it is definitely flatter and a bit firmer, though not floppy or overly sharp at the edge; it is definitely small and will be geared toward more precise lay down of product or for lining. The Soft Shader is the most versatile brush in the set, as it is was more medium in size but still could apply color on the lid or all-over, blend it out or soften the edges, and it could also work to apply product to the brow bone or lower lash line.
I can see myself using the Mini Booster the most, followed by the Soft Shader, but the remaining three are ones that I'm not certain I'll reach for much--they were all soft, well-made, and consistent in quality and presentation with other Sonia G. brushes, but they're just not shapes that work as well for my application needs! As I have more time to use the brushes, if anything changes, I'll be sure to update this review.
As always, the brand has already provided excellent comparison photos of the new brushes to other brushes in the range via Instagram.