Initial Thoughts on Wayne Goss Brushes Collection

Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blushI was really excited to get these in a mail today :) My initial thoughts after opening the box were: these are so small! I’ve ordered no 2, which is a face brush (powder/blush/highlighter) and no 1 designed for blending foundation/blush and liquids, etc. Being used to slightly bigger powder brushes I was initially disappointed with the size of both. However, after testing these I have to say they are really gorgeous. Both are beautifully designed, sturdy and sleek. The length of the handles is just right and both sit in your hand comfortably. The bristles are super soft, I don’t think they will shed but time will tell. Foundation brush (no 2) is quite spiky and looks strange in my opinion but works like a charm! I’ve used it with Chanel Perfection Lumiere and achieved flawless finish. No smudges, no lines, beautiful, even foundation – something I wasn’t getting with Real Techniques Expert Face Brush. No 2 brush is also excellent, so soft that it feels like kitten paw on your face :) Both handles are black gloss wood and I’m concerned they may be prone to scratches, but it’s too early to say. Also, I would prefer both brushes to be bigger, especially the powder brush, but well :) I’m still very happy with both and may have a look at the rest of the collection.

These aren’t exactly cheap. No 2 retails for £25, no 1 for £30. You can buy them at Love-Makeup once they’re back in stock.

Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush

Here’s some more info from the Love-Makeup website:

Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush“No 2- a soft as silk lightly tapered powder brush.  Its unique shape makes it large enough for powdering and mineral foundation, the gentle taper makes it the just the right size for contour, highlight and blush. Use: Powder, Highlighter, Contouring, Blusher, Bronzer, Mineral Foundation. Hair: Natural”

Wayne Goss Brushes Collection Review no 2 no1 powder foundation blush“No 1- A unique angled cut duo fibre face brush. Soft on the skin and blends any foundation product and creme blush to a flawless finish. Use: Foundation, Powder, Liquid, Cream, Mineral, Blush. Hair: Natural & Synthetic Fibre”

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12 thoughts on “Initial Thoughts on Wayne Goss Brushes Collection

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  5. Sorry I forgot no matter how i think about it, your review is awesome!!!! incl the detailed pictures even better then waynes goss his pictures, thank you.

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  6. It is a shame that some one so thorough(devil-details yadayada) as Wayne gives such a shitty description of ingredients, what wood, what kind of metal is used, what kind of natural or synthetic hair, details baby details.
    I dunno for 210$ or 140 pounds i can buy a lot of brushes directly from japan. Oh, I’m sorry I already did, and they are so soft you cannot stop touching them…..

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