Sonia G Worker Fan Brush is a brush.
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Worker Fan Brush is supposed to "do any task you want" and balances "size and density to handle blush, bronzer, sculpting, and even highlighter." It is a "smaller version of the current Sculpt One," but it has "thicker hakutotsuho bristles" that are "highly efficient and blend as they apply." I preferred this brush after one wash, as it fluffed up and resulted in a more diffused, dispersed application but there was still enough density to the brush head to pick up product evenly.
It's the denseness that separates most of the Sonia G. fan brushes from typical ones on the market--it is a truly substantial, dense, and smooth brush. The edge moves together with all of the bristles coming together, which enables excellent pick up of even sheerer products but also enables the brush to blend as it moves against the skin. If you're someone who has been reaching for a fan brush for more light-handed, sheerer application of products, I don't think this fits for those purposes; it's better if you like the size and shape of fan brushes but need more moderate pigmentation.
I preferred this for applying highlighter to cheek bones, down the bridge of the nose, or gently swept on my forehead or with contour/bronzer products in the hollows of the cheeks brought upward to my temples. It was too wide for blush applicator based on my facial features/techniques, though it definitely could apply and blend blush products out. The brush felt smooth and silky against my skin regardless of direction and technique (swept, tapped, etc.).
- It is made out of white hakutotsuho goat hair.
- 170mm total length, 30mm hair length, 20mm ferrule length