Design the perfect look with this multipurpose brush from Sonia G. Crafted by artisans in Japan using traditional brushmaking techniques, the slim Designer Pro offers the precision you need to artfully place and blend blush, bronzer, contour, and highlighter. It’s perfect for bold and sheer products alike because it allows you to build up pigment gradually without streaks or muddiness.
“Designer Pro offers more precision and finesse compared to the Cheek Pro and allows a more gradual application with both bold and sheer products. Your technique, angle, and pressure will define the results you wish to obtain.” — Sonia G., beauty blogger & makeup brush expert
Tap the tip of the brush into blush, bronzer, contour, or highlighter and sweep along the skin.
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This brush, like all of Sonia's brushes, is a multitasking masterpiece. It's very similar to the Cheek Pro but it's a bit thinner, longer and slightly more tapered. I used it today for my under eye powder, my contour, my blush and my highlight and it performed each task beautifully. So far, I think this may be my favorite Sonia brush for contour. It lets you get right in that hollow to give such a precise application and works amazing for contouring the nose. And since it is more tapered than the Cheek Pro, you'll get a more airbrushed application as it does alot of the blending by itself. I do still prefer the Cheek Pro for blush but this applies it beautifully. And(just like all her other brushes) ITS SO SOFT. Amazingly soft. When I first started using Sonia brushes, I ended up putting on too much of everything because they felt so good against my face, I couldn't stop applying makeup lol. They are honestly a joy to use. Here are some comparison pictures between the Designer Pro and the Cheek Pro
I pulled the trigger on this brush so quick! I've come realize that sonia G and Wayne Goss are black belt FUDE FORCES in the brush game! I am in awe once again with this designer pro! No dupe exists for this perfect face brush. Think of it As the WG Airbrush on steroids. It's is A bit stronger, a bit thicker, and can pick up and lay down harder pressed products beautifully! It isn't as delicate as the beautiful airbrush. Yet, still light and very very soft!! I'm SO HAPPY I bought it before it Dell's out!
This is my first Sonia G. Face Brush and I kick myself for not buying them sooner. This brush is the "beefy" sister to the Wayne Goss Airbrush which is also a favorite. Its amazing. The hair is soft and non-irritating to sensitive skin. It picks of my jouer blush duo (harder pressed powder) like a dream. I may never go back to other brands. I'm in love with this brush.
Sonia G brushes are truly amazing!!!! I have the Sky Face Set ,Pro Eye set and the new designer Pro . My next purchase will be the Pro Face Set. Nothing compares to Sonia G brushes. FABULOUS!!!!
A* in quality! Very soft and perfect shape for highlight, contour and anywhere you prefer a smaller brush. I’m never disappointed by Sonia!
Sonia G just knocks it out of the park honestly! I use this for under eye powder, specific powder placement in the t-zone. Soft high quality japanese craftsmanship! Love it. I also hope she continues to release brushes with that blue color too, or maybe purple oh that would be beautiful! Her new sky face set is a awesome set as well!
This brush is so soft, it really feels good on the face. I used it to apply powder under the eyes and to apply blush
Sonia’s brushes are the best! I just had to have this. It is so soft and just wonderful against my skin. I may just get another one!
I have small face and this brush lets me multitask with different kinds of powder products (blush, contour, setting powder, highlighter). When I purchased this, I'm not quite sure what to do with it because I have so many other Sonia G, Wayne Goss, Chikuhodo, Koyudo brushes.
After a few months of testing, I finally figured out how this brush works for my particular face and makeup needs. This is the brush I carry in my Esum brush book for all purpose travel brush for reducing travel bulk. Not sure if its the design of the ferule and how they bind the brush together, but this brush does not produce any kickups even when using some of my powdery product (with the recent one being the Chanel eclat du Desert highlighter thats extremely powdery). Whenever I need to switch from for example: contour to highlighter, I can simply dust it in my hands and the brush will be clean, leaving no trace of contour so I can apply my highlighter without worrying that it will leave brown streaks. When I applied my glittery highlighter (Pat McGrath highlighter trio) that has chunkier glitter particles, I can simply dusted it in my hands to clean the brush, leaving none of the glitter particles behind on the brush, ensuring my brush always clean to use on different product.
This brush tapered shape lets me know when it needs a wash because it will start accumulating residue (which is a mix of my moisturizer/natural face oil with whatever powder products) on its thinnest part of the brush, ensuring I will always have clean brush thats ready to do its job.
Almost as soft as the Goss in squirrel but picks product better and is denser.
Shape is good, size is not too big, not too small.
Handle feels ergonomic. Ferrule is sturdy (the one of Goss is too soft/thin).