Sonia Kashuk

Sonia Kashuk

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

http://www.target.com/c/sonia-kashuk/-/N-5q0g7
Overall rating
4.1
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77%
would repurchase
4.1
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Overall rating
77%
would repurchase

Recent Sonia Kashuk Reviews

Latex-Free Makeup Blender Sponge - Marble

I really really like this sponge, I have zero regrets over buying it even though I also have a beauty blender and a real techniques beauty blender dupe. Aesthetically it's beautiful with the marble pattern. That hasn't really suffered any or faded after having it for a couple months and washing it weekly. It's larger (obviously) and denser than a beauty blender. I don't see any big difference in application, they both apply foundation really well. I reach for this at least as much if not more than I reach for my beauty blender. Mine has one little tear in it but I think that's mainly due to my long fingernails and squeezing it while I washed it, not anything relating to the quality of the sponge. There's so many excellent not expensive foundation sponges on the market I don't think you truly need a beauty blender, like if I just had this and had never used a beauty blender I don't think I would be missing anything. If you have a super tiny face then this might be too big for you, because it is the largest foundation sponge I've really ever seen. I'd definitely repurchase.

Latex-Free Makeup Blender Sponge - Marble
5.0
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5 months ago

I really really like this sponge, I have zero regrets over buying it even though I also have a beauty blender and a real techniques beauty blender dupe. Aesthetically it's beautiful with the marble pattern. That hasn't really suffered any or faded after having it for a couple months and washing it weekly. It's larger (obviously) and denser than a beauty blender. I don't see any big difference in application, they both apply foundation really well. I reach for this at least as much if not more than I reach for my beauty blender. Mine has one little tear in it but I think that's mainly due to my long fingernails and squeezing it while I washed it, not anything relating to the quality of the sponge. There's so many excellent not expensive foundation sponges on the market I don't think you truly need a beauty blender, like if I just had this and had never used a beauty blender I don't think I would be missing anything. If you have a super tiny face then this might be too big for you, because it is the largest foundation sponge I've really ever seen. I'd definitely repurchase.


Large Powder Makeup Brush
5.0
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6 months ago

I am glad MelThompson from YouTube suggested this brush.All my favorite brushes are high end except for this target one. It’s the one I use as the very last step in my powder applications. I use it to blend everything all over my face. It melds all the powder, blush, highlight into a soft focus look. It’s also a good brush to use the Hourglass ambient lighting powder because of how soft and gently it blends.

Large Powder Makeup Brush
5.0
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6 months ago

I am glad MelThompson from YouTube suggested this brush.All my favorite brushes are high end except for this target one. It’s the one I use as the very last step in my powder applications. I use it to blend everything all over my face. It melds all the powder, blush, highlight into a soft focus look. It’s also a good brush to use the Hourglass ambient lighting powder because of how soft and gently it blends.