Sonia Kashuk

A line of beauty products by award-winning makeup artist, Sonia Kashuk. Acquired by Target in 2015.

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444 products

7,081 reviews

77% would repurchase

Recent Sonia Kashuk Reviews

Misc Beauty Tools -Sonia Kashuk -Latex-Free Makeup Blender Sponge - Marble

on 8/25/2018 12:19:00 AM

probably my most favorite blending sponge ive ever used. its so pretty- i bought it solely for that even though i hardly wear foundation anymore due to the fact that it always looks cakey on my skin, but this is a gamechanger and may honestly make me start wearing foundation again. it makes me look airbrushed. it gets very large when its wet which is something i look for when i want to buy a sponge, it is perfect in texture- not too firm not too bouncy. seriously, even if you’re not so sure about this product, its so cheap that buying it wouldnt even be breaking the bank. 10/10

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Brows -Sonia Kashuk -Brow Definer - Taupe

on 7/19/2018 3:58:00 PM


Jaylee08! Ugh! I know! This was amazing and hands down the best taupe ever! I’ve been using it since the beginning of college in 2001! I have been trying so many to try and replace this! Saw your help sos last night! I actually bought a taupe yesterday at Sephora after researching the best taupe eyebrow pencils! I just tried it! It is an actual perfect match! Anastasia Beverly Hills brow wiz in taupe! $23! I will keep paying $23 if it means I save money in the long run from trying blah ones in search of one close enough and the hassle of spending my time running around from place to place! And brows make your face! I hope it works for you! I too am blonde, green/blue eyes and fair skin!

4 of 5 people found this helpful.

Makeup Brushes -Sonia Kashuk -Powder Brush

on 7/17/2018 9:35:00 PM


Updated Sonia Kashuk Powder brushes from the core collection are coming in three different sizes and cost 21-22$.
The large brush is huge. It has large and very head and large and very light handle. It feels very imbalanced. Bristles aren't really soft and it definitely doesn't deserve its price tag.
The medium brush is okay, it feels more balanced, but it doesn't deserve its price tag because even ELF brushes feel softer and better made.
The tapered powder brush is best for a blush, but once again the head is too heavy compared to the handle and bristles are far cry from Real Techniques Blush brush.
Very overpriced and uncomfortable to use.

Cleansers -Sonia Kashuk -Dissolve Gel-to-Oil Makeup Removing Cleanser

on 3/8/2018 6:41:00 PM

UPDATE: I had had enough of this after about 2 months and washed my 2 tubes of product down the drain. Not sorry, and it unclogged the drain. Thumbs up for that.

This is now a discontinued product in the US, as far as I understand, but you can still get in on Ebay, Amazon, and certain other sites, which is why I would like to review it. I bought it on sale, for $7.49. If I could return it... I would. I do like gel-to-oil cleansers - they are less mess than oils and balms, IMO. However, the consistency of this doesn't make up for all of the negative qualities.

I wear a lot of waterproof, heavy makeup; especially mascara. It is important for me to have a cleanser that dissolves my makeup easily, without much rubbing, that it rinses off completely, without leaving behind a film, that the ingredients are good, and that it feels comfortable to use. Well... this one fails at all of these things. For some people it would be important that the cleanser also does not break them out, but I don't think I've had any cleanser break me out since I was 15 and did not know how to remove makeup properly.

Back to this cleanser. It doesn't cleanser very well - I have to rub this product around for about a whole minute before it dissolves *most* of my makeup, and then use a quite strong foaming cleanser to get the rest off. To really get my makeup off, I have to rub a bit, which is just not good for the skin - any stretching causes more wrinkles down the line. This rinses off *mostly* clean, but not fully, unless I use a foaming cleanser (which I always do). However, there is still some slight residue left. This also stings BADLY if you get it in your eyes. First, I thought it was because there might be some soap in here, but no - there isn't. Whatever creates the stinging is NOT a necessary chemical in here. This also contains polyacrylamide, which is a chemical we avoid to touch in the lab, as it is genotoxic (carcinogenic) and neurotoxic... There are plenty of other gelling agents that can be used to make a gel, so I don't understand why polyacylamide was chosen.

All-in-all, not a cleanser I would recommend to waste your money on; does not clean well, does not feel nice to use

Accessories -Sonia Kashuk -Brushes washing pad

on 2/24/2018 4:07:00 AM


I found this makeup brushes washing pad from Sonia Kashuk at target two weeks ago. I got it along with the drying rack. The rack is really functional. The pad is just ok. I don't like that it has to sit in the sink but good enough for occasional use. I prefer the ones that I hold with two fingers it's much more convenient. Here is a video of washing makeup brushes using both the rack and the pad from Sonia Kashuk. Heard that she's leaving target. Any idea where to buy her products?

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