Sonia G Worker Two is a brush that retails for $36.00.
Sonia G. Worker Two Brush ($36.00) is made out of Saikoho goat hair, and it was designed to be used with both cream and powder products to "soften, blur, and diffuse pigment without over-blending." It is nearly identical to Worker One, but it uses undyed bristles, which gives the brush an ever-so-softer feel and seems wispier against my skin. Otherwise, I find the quality, density, and functionality to be the same as Worker One. I prefer the dyed bristles as they're still incredibly silky against my skin but look cleaner between washes.
Per the brand, the handle has a total length of 160mm with a brush head length of 15mm and width of 10mm. As part of the core range, the handles are wider than average (the PRO range has thinner, more tapered handles). You can safely assume that the brush has held up beautifully over many washings and uses; if there are any issues from washing, shape changes, and the like, they’ll be called out specifically.
Worker Two is beauty blogger and makeup brush expert Sonia G.’s perfect eye shadow blender, reimagined with undyed goat bristles for use with both creams and powders. It softens, blurs, and diffuses pigment without over-blending, thanks to the perfect combination of grip and control. “Worker Two is similar to Worker One but with undyed bristles for use with powders and creams. Its bristles are even softer, and the shape is a bit more airy.” — Sonia G.