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Wayne Goss Makeup Brush Collection Review and Photos

25 Sep 2013 (Updated: 20 May 2014)

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Wayne Goss Makeup Brush Collection Review
There has been huge hype about the launch of makeup artist Wayne Goss’s makeup brush range – so much so that it sold out on pre-order alone! The good news is that they really do live up to the hype. The bad news is…I think they have sold out again!
Now I am not great with brushes because I always get a little confused about which one I should be using where, but there are none of those issues here! Wayne has made a video to go with each brush that tells you exactly how, and all the different ways you can use it (he is all about multi-tasking) and if you watch them, you’ll probably pick up quite a few general makeup tips too. I did!
Brush No 1 from the Wayne Goss collection is the foundation (and other liquid/cream stuff) brush! Love it!
Wayne Goss Makeup Brush No 1
Wayne Goss Makeup Brush No 1

It gave me the smoothest and most flawless application of liquid foundation and is absolutely incredible for minimising pores! This will do cream blush and highlighter too. Fabulous!

I think the Wayne Goss Brush No 2 is possibly my favourite. It is amazing and I actually did a really good job of contouring using this, for the first time ever! You can use it for contour, bronzer, blusher, highlighter and powder. Like I said – the range is all about multi-use. The tapered end makes it so good for precise contouring and then under light pressure it splays to blend and buff. Love. Definitely my favourite.

Wayne Goss Makeup Brush No 2

These 3 little beauties are the Wayne Goss 3, 5 and 7. I think they made the perfect set for everything you need for eye makeup application. I literally would never need anything else I don’t think.

Wayne Goss Makeup Brush No 3, No 5, No 7

Wayne Goss Makeup Brush No 3, No 5, No 7
No 3 is the large crease brush and perfect for putting colour over the lip and the best blending (can also be used for highlighting, contouring and powdering). Beautiful brush.
No 5 is the best little crease brush ever. Absolutely perfect if you want to define your eyes and also great for blending out harsh lines for a smoky effect (it can also be used for contouring and highlighting – fab for the inner corner of the eye).
No 7 is first and foremost a lip brush, but I used it to line the eye – it is apparently also good for brows, concealing and micro-highlighting.
Basically, I love these brushes. They have made me more excited about makeup than I am already. And that is really saying something! If you are thinking of buying, take a look at the collection and watch each video to see what you need.
The Wayne Goss Makeup Brush Collection starts at £13 and goes up to £30. You can get the whole kit for £140. Although you probably do not need them all, an edit of them will make a wise investment I think. They are out now at Love Makeup. The only snag is, you’re going to have to wait for them to come back into stock.
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