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About Sonia G. Detail Pro
The Detail Pro is versatile and fits in eyeshadow pans so that we could work with any eyeshadow onto the face. It is a chubby crease/blender brush; it doesn't fit the crease but is perfect to set the lids and eye area before your eyeshadow application.
The mixed bristles of dyed and undyed goat hair make it possible to build the color gradually and also to add precise yet subtle contour or highlight. Adding the white undyed bristles in the mix made it just right: you get enough grip to work with pressed powders, you can build gradually the intensity on the skin and it won't give us a hard time with dosing and blending the application.
This brush is small yet fluffy and perfect for precise setting concealer or foundation in very specific zones of the face, under the eyes, around the nose, in the chin.
- Setting eye area, around the nose and with precision
- Editorial and artistic work
- Contour and highlight
Why It’s Special
- Each brush is handbound by master artisans in Japan using traditional brushmaking techniques for unparalleled performance and craftsmanship.
- The sturdy handle is made from dense, sustainably harvested maple wood and coated with four layers of pigment and lacquer for a rich, dimensional finish.
- Total Length: 167 mm
- Hair Length: 22 mm
- Ferrule Width: 8 mm
- Hair Type: Dyed & Undyed Saikoho Goat Hair
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ReviewsTeamLixia L. Jul 20, 2019
As someone who has a lot of space between my eyelid and my brow, the Detail Pro is the eye brush of my dreams! I use this brush exclusively to apply the transition shade above my crease and it does the job beautifully. The brush picks up the perfect amount of color each time and diffuses it effortlessly. The way this brush works is not unlike someone so talented that what they do is just as effortless as breathing. This brush will blend out the color so well that I don’t even need to go in with a second brush to blend out the edges! If you hear me talk about this brush in person, I’m sure you would be overwhelmed by how excited I get.
My love for this brush really started with the Mac 224, which is similar in shape but slightly smaller and not even close in softness. Then came the Smith 232, which is also similar in shape to the Detail Pro but again, it is smaller. I still use my Smith 232 in the crease due to the slightly smaller size but if you have lots of lid space and likes to lay down the transition in a wider area, this is the ideal brush! This is basically a jumbo sized crease brush but you can also use it to set powder under the eyes while buffing out any creases or contour your nose. It becomes a very useful face brush if you do a lot of detailed work.
Beyond the beautiful aesthetic of the mix of dyed and undyed Saikoho goat bristles, I see that this was done so in a functional way as well. If you look closely, the undyed goat bristles are set into the brush at a shorter length than the dyed bristles. While the longer dyed bristles will pick up and deposit the product, the shorted undyed bristles will help to blend when the brush is pressed lightly onto the skin during application. The attention to detail is simply unmatched!45 found this helpful.Kathy J. May 29, 2019
Amazing brush for blending the crease!!
Yes! Finally found a brush big enough to (quickly) blend out the edges of my crease colors on my eyes. I love it! So soft and so perfect. I also love the tapered handle. More fit in my little jar of brushes this way. A++++15 found this helpful.Gia C. Nov 14, 2020
Most used brush in my collection
This might be my favorite brush for creating the perfect depth w a transition shade for my hooded eyes. I reach for this brush every time I put on eyeshadow. Just laying down shadow in the outer part of the crease then blending inward. This brush does all the work for me. Had to buy a backup now that it’s finally restocked. Yay. Thank you Sonia G and Beautylish!6 found this helpful.Shelley Z. May 29, 2021
Diffused Powder Application
I hate most powder highlights because they really emphasize texture I didn't even know I had. This brush comes to the rescue - it applies powder highlights in such a light and diffused way, my skin looks so smooth and glowy! It also applies setting powder in the most airbrushed way. Love!1 found this helpful.Gwen G. Feb 22, 2021
I have yet to be disappointed with any of the Sonia G brushes I've purchased and this one is no different.while it can work well as a big blender brush, I like this one the most for detail highlighter applications. Not only can it get the highlighter to very targeted areas, but it can also blend and buff it in for a beautiful finish. The construction of the brush is top notch and the hairs are all beautifully, securely placed in the ferrule. I love the shape of all the Sonia G brushes, but I personally find the pro line to be the best fit for me personally. 10/10 would repurchase1 found this helpful.Carolyn A. Jan 19, 2021
Workday staple for eye transition
I use this as a very large transition shade eye brush for hooded crepey eyes on workdays when I’m in a rush to get something on. Fantastic. I use it to sweep skintone shadow from above my inner eye, all the way up to the eyebrow, then across to the outer end of the eyebrow above the crease zone. As usual, the shape Sonia has chosen is so versatile that I have also grabbed for it for targeted highlighter on cheekbones.
I also own a bunch of Crease Two’s which I highly recommend as a hooded eye crease brush that gets the job done in a couple of sweeps, and the Crease One to place a darker and narrower crease shade on top for increased definition.1 found this helpful.Candice F. Mar 05, 2021
I just received this brush. Ive used it once and washed it gently with warm water. The bristles look as they do in the picture I have attached. I contacted customer service and they replied that this is normal. If this is normal, then shouldn't the pictures the company provides accurately represent this? This seems beyond a normal "bloom" as they stated in their reply email.1 found this helpful.Vivianne M. 2 weeks ago
Large Blending Brush with great blend
Bought this because I saw it on Michelle Wang’s chanel and I was looking for a substitute for the Paula Dorf crease brush that looks kinda the same but is discontinued. Said and done and I am very happy with my purchase. It blends well, fairly large - perfect of a wash o color all over the eyelids and for precise powder aplication even highlighter!