Sonia G. The Sky Eye Brush Set Coming Soon!

Release Date + About the Launch

This Sky eye set follows the same idea as the Sky Face set: effortless brushes, flawless results, in the fastest time. They are ideal daily tools or travel companions when we wish for a very easy and scalable experience whatever the situation, place or skills. The Sky eye set has 5 soft and powerful workhorses! They offer comfort, control, reliability and simplicity. They have the same handle length and shape as the Pro eye set.

November 2019

The Sky Eye Brush Set, $160.00 (Permanent)

  • Jumbo Blender Saikoho goat
  • Classic Crease Saikoho goat
  • Soft Shader Saikoho goat
  • Mini Booster Saikoho goat
  • Flat Definer Saikoho goat

Sonia G. The Sky Eye Brush Set Coming Soon!

Sonia G. The Sky Eye Brush Set Coming Soon!

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These look like they’ll be amazing little brushes! The travel size handles would be great for any of us very nearsighted folks, too. Only problem is, I just know these will be goat hair. Stupid goat allergy! 😭

I don’t know that the handles WILL be “travel-sized”. She also called the Sky Face Set “travel” brushes and the handles are standard length. I believe the “travel” claim was due to the fact that the brushes were supposed to be multi-purpose (so you bring fewer of them with you).

I cannot wait! I was so tempted to buy the face set, because I am in love with the color and I love her brushes, but I’d really only use one of the face brushes. So I’ve been waiting for this. I think I see 2-3 brush shapes that aren’t the ones I regularly use, but I am just going to use this as a reason to try those shapes again.

I realize that I’m carping and being critical, but which one has white bristles and WHY? If they are all the same goat hair, why is one undyed, and the others dyed? Or does the Saikono goat come in different colors, and the white hair was chosen for a certain brush? I never let go of the two year old’s Why?

I can totally understand how that can look weird aesthetically speaking, especially since this set doesn’t include any of the salt-and-pepper brushes either! I believe I read somewhere, probably on Sonia’s blog, that there is a functional difference between dyed and undyed saikoho goat bristles, with the former having more blending power and grabbing onto powder a bit more. Since a lot of the brushes in this set are blenders or smudgers, I kinda get why she would choose dyed bristles! The undyed bristles of the shader will help with building the application more slowly and with control, hence the soft in the name I think.

Lesley what brushes do you use? I have hooded eyes and use the small Surratt and small Suqqu brushes with softer shadows, as well as pointed brushes meant for inner corner or smoking out lower lid, but most brushes are too bulky with my lids..

Fellow hooded eyes here. Thank you, you just saved me the temptation to spend $160 when I don’t even use all the brushes I do have. They look amazing, but I can’t use brushes that are too large either. 🙁

I’m confused as to what this set is supposed to add or offer in addition to her other eye brush set. I just recently purchased the Pro eye set in addition to the Worker 3 and Builder 3 brushes. They are my first Sonia G brushes and I like them a lot! But I’m trying to avoid redundancy, as I own way more brushes than I prefer…. so, I’m wondering if this will add or enhance by much what I already own… hmm.. I already own all of Wayne Goss’s eye brushes which I like…

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