Sonia G. Brushes | 8 New Additions

Sonia G. Brushes | 8 New Additions
Sonia G. Brushes | 8 New Additions

The Details

Sonia G. brushes are available individually, and the line has expanded with eight new brushes.

Now online

Face One, $75.00 (Permanent)

Designed by beauty blogger and makeup brush expert Sonia G. for mineral powder foundations, Face One is a fluffy powder brush with velvety natural bristles. Face One features the perfect size, shape, grip, and density for blending powders of all types to a smooth, poreless finish without disturbing makeup underneath.

Sculpt Two, $58.00 (Permanent)

The powerful Sculpt Two brush breathes new life into sheer or powdery products that are difficult to apply. The densely packed, fan-shaped head picks up even the most stubborn powders and applies them with bold payoff. It’s also perfect for creating a dramatic contour, blending away streaks, and cleaning up skin after baking with setting powder.

Sculpt Four, $58.00 (Permanent)

Effortlessly sculpt and define the planes of your face with Sculpt Four, an airy fan brush from Sonia G. Designed for creating soft, natural shadows with contour powder and bronzer, Sculpt Four is an easy, everyday sculpting brush that lays down even layers of product and polishes them to a seamless finish.

Builder Two, $34.00 (Permanent)

Builder Two is a classic eye shadow shading brush—with benefits. The velvety natural bristles are specially arranged to make blending, defining, highlighting, and smudging easier than ever. The brush shape is endlessly versatile; try holding it at different angles to use the sides or the tip to get deep into the curves of the eye socket.

Worker Two, $36.00 (Permanent)

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.

Smudger One, $36.00 (Permanent)

Build up dramatic intensity and definition in your eye looks with this flat precision brush from Sonia G. Smudger One’s densely packed base and tapered tip offer the perfect combination of strength, precision, and softness for detail work along the lashes.

Smudger Two, $28.00 (Permanent)

Designed to work magic with tricky eye shadow textures—think shimmers, metallics, and creams—Smudger Two is an ultra-soft smudging brush handcrafted in Japan. The short, densely packed natural bristles pick up the perfect amount of product and distribute it over the skin without visible edges.

Pencil Two, $28.00 (Permanent)

With its domed-shaped silhouette and dense natural bristles, Pencil Two can tackle products of any kind. Pack on and smudge cream eye shadows along the lashline, define the crease and the inner corner with powders—this precision eye brush offers control and strength with an unbelievably soft feel.


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“Worth” is very subjective.

I have two of the original brushes and I like them, as they are very soft and work for what they were made to do. That said, they really are for those who are into brushes for more than performance, as in for their beauty, design, heavier handles, etc. In my opinion, as far as beauty application, you can find good brushes for MUCH less that apply just as well. Even though I have brushes that cost a few bucks that also do the job, the quality in the materials is not on par with these, Wayne Goss, Hakuhodo, etc.

However, if you want brushes that simply do the job, that you might have to reglue the head on once (or even never), with handles that aren’t some special wood or metal, with basic design, and last a year or a few years, then I’d recommend not even looking at the Sonia G. brushes. I really think these are for persons who want both high quality, collect brushes, and still want them to apply well.

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