Sonia G. Worker Three & Crease Two Brushes Launch 12/22

Sonia G. Worker Three & Crease Two Brushes Launch 12/22
Sonia G. Worker Three & Crease Two Brushes

Release Date + Collection Info

Sonia G. is adding two new brushes to the core range due to popular demand!

Worker TWO has been a best selling since its launch and I received so many requests for a smaller version of it, so here it is, the Worker THREE. It has the same shape, it’s really like a [shrunk] version of the Worker Two with similar density but it will be able to accommodate smaller eyes or help those of you who wished for more precision.

This Crease TWO is similar to the Blender PRO in terms of functionality; it can be used in the crease or all over the lid, to build or to blend out the application. It’s actually a bigger version of the Crease Pro, and [Sonia] wanted a big crease/all-over eye brush but that would still allow control on the placement and the blending. It’s tapered but splays out to hug the crease and automatically blends as it builds intensity. Compared to the Blender PRO, this Crease TWO is going to build up the application just slightly more gradually, looking a bit more diffused in its perimeter, while the Blender PRO is going to give more opacity faster.

12/22, 10 AM PT

Products Available

Sonia G. Brushes, $$32 to $34.00 (Permanent)

  • Worker Three Smaller version of Worker Two, for shading, crease work, blending (more info) ($32.00)
  • Crease Two Round crease/blender (bigger than Crease PRO), tapered with slight splay, blends as it builds intensity (more info) ($34.00)

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The whole Sonia G line has me at pass as a person with smaller hooded eyes and always always always..the handles look stupid thick for my comfort. I love Goss and Smith for their brush quality, but also for their handles. Everyone finds something that works. I’m not a Sonia G brush person. I have the highlight fan brush and never use it.

I missed out on the last launch plan on trying to get these although I’m working. I love the density that applies product to the eyes. I can do my eyes so much faster with these! The low lash line is a breeze too!

These aren’t LE, are they? I mean, isn’t there always later? The pick up and retention of powder on the Sonias is unreal. Nothing left on the pan, even the most powdery shadow. If you wanted a one and done, you could be done in two dips.

I like the SG for laydown of a base color and the Waynes for any add’l detail, esp crease. But, the more dysfunctional my hands get, the more I appreciate bigger, sturdy handles. Some days, if the Waynes weren’t vertical, doubt I could pick them up. I use that sculpt 3 more for blush, than HL, if that’s the one you mean. Some days I think I’m going to have to equip thin handled brushes with those OT grip thingies.

I appreciate knowing that releases are LE or permanent, especially at this time of year. I’m holding to revisit these brushes and the Pro Set in the new year. I do wish we were given more advance notice of these releases. I would have held off on buying some of Sonia’s face brushes had I known a more tailored Face Pro Set, for example, was in the works.

Thank you so much for this post and the helpful links describing them. You were the only post I’ve seen mention the launch of these 2 new ones. I love her brushes and missed out on her pro eye set due to the quick sell out time. Thank you Christine for the wealth of information you do!

I am down for both of these and if I haven’t purchased them today I will before too long. I love the Sonia G brushes I already own and find her quality to be exceptional. Over the past couple of years I have been slowly growing my makeup brush collection. Prior to that I was pretty much a, “Any brush will do just slap it on my face”, kind of a girl. I really didn’t believe that the quality of the brush made a difference. I am happy to have been proven wrong and have picked up some Hakuhodo, Sonia G and Wayne Goss brushes and love them all.

I don’t see a sonia g blender pro and when I put it into the search on beautylish it doesn’t populate? let me know where this brush is.

Yes I figured that out………… thank you….. btw……. we share same skin tone and similar eye/hair…… makes it easy for me to pick out colors ……… you have helped me tremendously with what to buy and what to pass…… love your site its amazing as are you….. thanks.
Susan 🙂

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