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Wayne Goss, the face and eye set, has added new brush sets to his gathering a 6-piece face set ($250) and a 5-piece eye set ($130). The Face Set was released earlier this year and sold out within weeks. It remains scheduled to restock at Beautylish at 10 AM PST/1 PM EST. In addition to the set, each brush will be available to purchase separately. The eye set is still known as a set for now. I hope you’ll consider launching them individually.
I’ve accrued quite a few brushes from dozens of brands. But, unfortunately, I’ve only found a handful of new releases that are different or sole enough to have that wow factor. The last release that impressed me was the MAC 140S (the best powder brush of all time), but when it comes to meetings, I feel that I have already found my favorites, and I buy several of them, so I don’t have to wash them so often (especially when I have a handful of samples I do).
However, Wayne Goss’s brushes are entirely different, and I’ve been very impressed by all the ones I’ve tried from his line. If I had to start over my whole brush collection, I would choose your brushes to do it. At first glance, they appear to be standard brushes only with a well-designed size and shape handle. However, once you put them on your face, you’ll see the difference in how smooth and smooth they are. You will also notice that they pick up the product better, and the application is MUCH better. For years I have loved and relied on MAC brushes for eyes, particularly #217, #219, and #239. They are classic staples and have good performance, but once you have tried the brushes of Wayne Goss, Hakuhodo, or Chikuhodo, you will have the floor.
There are Some Types of Wayne Goss, The Face and Eye Set
They might design for both powder and creams. I took some of these with me on new trips, along with extra brushes, and these were the ones I caught up with the most. They’re incredibly soft and have product layers beautifully without disturbing what’s underneath. There are specific uses for each, but I used each of these for virtually anything: powder, blush, creams, highlight, etc.
- 10 looks almost identical to 02, only with naturally white hair. It is a conical brush that can remain used to highlight
- 11 is one I used to prepare powder. Wayne Goss uses it for his polishing method, I haven’t
- strained it that way yet, but I found it faultless to put powder (pressed and loose)
- 12 is a flatter and denser brush but still fluffy. It is suitable for contouring and mixing
- 13 is another brush in cream or powder. It is a brush almost in the shape of a shorter dome. I tried it with contours in cream and mixed them ideally well than a sponge or fingers for an average blur finish
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- 14 is a light, fluffy brush. I love this one for brighter or more intense blushes because it gives the face a precise and uniform color wash
- 15 is a fan brush, I infrequently use fan brushes, but this is an additional good one for a light wash/color veil anywhere
- 16 is a thin conical brush you can use to sweep the product through all the lids. It will deflate a little after using it
- 17 is like 16, but 17 is shorter and smaller with less than a dot. It is a sound-mixing brush
- 18 is my favorite. The widest resembles the MAC 217 in shape and size, and softness is something you have to touch to understand. It is the perfect washing brush for me
- The 19 is a fine, conical brush that I thought I wouldn’t use, but it’s ideal for a precise combination and the application of details
- 20 was a surprise to me, too. I didn’t think this would be valuable for my eye shape, but it’s a lesser version of 19, and the 20 is faultless for a smoky eye smooth to the line/stain. It doesn’t seem like it would be an effort for that sense of the length, but it’s just perfect
Wayne Goss, the Face and Eye Set, and Other Reviews
A look at how I tested each with Natasha Denona’s sculpture and glow palette (review soon), Tom Ford’s Warm Soleil Eye, and Cheek Palette (review here). One of my favorite adjustment powders is the Charlotte Tilbury Air Brush Flawless Powder (shadow #2). The brushes were all versatile with powdered and cream formulas. With powders, they worked to fit with all textures, whether bright, matte, or shiny. With the creams, apply the product without stripes, which is simply amazing. To date, one Tom Ford brush has done that for me, and Wayne Goss’s brushes are similar in performance and quality.
Surprising result. Many of you may wonder if I think they’re worth having, even with all the brushes I already have. The answer is yes. I’ve been one of those who always stayed with MAC since I found good ones that worked and still do, but Wayne Goss’s brushes take the application to another level.
Wayne Goss, the face and eye set. Based on my personal preferences, I’d skip fan brush #15 (since I don’t use fan brushes ) and eye brush #19 (because it’s similar to #20). Brushes work much better than other standard brushes. If you already have a ration of brushes made in Japan, you maybe have some of the best brushes on the market. I don’t have many, except for a few, so I don’t have many repetitions.