Wayne Goss

Wayne Goss

Wayne Goss is a makeup artist from England. He gained fame from his YouTube channel. In 2013, he created a line of makeup brushes that he describes as "luxuriously soft, durable enough to last a lifetime, and handmade in Japan by the world’s best brushmakers."* The brushes are cruelty-free and available for purchase online. *Source: Beautylish.com

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Overall rating
4.5
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77%
would repurchase
4.5
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Overall rating
77%
would repurchase

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Recent Wayne Goss Reviews

Wayne Goss #19 Crease Brush
2.0
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3 months ago

I have small, hooded eyes and this brush is the perfect shape for my crease. This a natural hair brush, and while it is full it is not dense. It's fluffier and hugs the curve of my eye. Now, while I loved this brush in the beginning it has aged poorly. It is less than a year old and its bristles are getting dry and dull. I sparingly wash my natural hair brushes and when I do I use a gentle cleanser. I shape the wet brush and let it hang upside down to dry so water does not affect the glue. While it holds its shape with effort I am disappointed at its quick deterioration of the bristles quality. It was soft when I first purchased it, but now it has a noticeably rougher texture. I own two of these brushes because I loved the shape and used them often. I expected them to last as long as the majority of my brush collection. My other Wayne Goss brushes have aged very well, but the #19 has not held up. My natural hair Kevyn Aucoin are in fantastic condition and they are the same age as my WG #19. Even my syntheic Real Techniques and Sigma brusges have held up better. If you want a brush that will last you years this is not the one for you.

Wayne Goss #19 Crease Brush
2.0
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3 months ago

I have small, hooded eyes and this brush is the perfect shape for my crease. This a natural hair brush, and while it is full it is not dense. It's fluffier and hugs the curve of my eye. Now, while I loved this brush in the beginning it has aged poorly. It is less than a year old and its bristles are getting dry and dull. I sparingly wash my natural hair brushes and when I do I use a gentle cleanser. I shape the wet brush and let it hang upside down to dry so water does not affect the glue. While it holds its shape with effort I am disappointed at its quick deterioration of the bristles quality. It was soft when I first purchased it, but now it has a noticeably rougher texture. I own two of these brushes because I loved the shape and used them often. I expected them to last as long as the majority of my brush collection. My other Wayne Goss brushes have aged very well, but the #19 has not held up. My natural hair Kevyn Aucoin are in fantastic condition and they are the same age as my WG #19. Even my syntheic Real Techniques and Sigma brusges have held up better. If you want a brush that will last you years this is not the one for you.


Brush #18 Eye Shadow Blending
5.0
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a year ago

Love this natural hair brush - was the first one I ever used. When I went back to my synthetics, I found I had to do a bit more blending and it didn't feel as soft on my eyelids (compared to this brush they were scratchy). I'm upgrading all my brushes to natural hair. This is a great all-round brush for packing and blending. Quite soft so probably not great for eyeshadow formulas that are a bit stiffer but great with my colourpop and zoeva shadows. One thing with natural brushes is you do have to care for them a little more and cannot wash them as often as synthetics - this was an adjustment for me so be wary. If you care for them poorly they can get scratchy faster.

Brush #18 Eye Shadow Blending
5.0
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a year ago

Love this natural hair brush - was the first one I ever used. When I went back to my synthetics, I found I had to do a bit more blending and it didn't feel as soft on my eyelids (compared to this brush they were scratchy). I'm upgrading all my brushes to natural hair. This is a great all-round brush for packing and blending. Quite soft so probably not great for eyeshadow formulas that are a bit stiffer but great with my colourpop and zoeva shadows. One thing with natural brushes is you do have to care for them a little more and cannot wash them as often as synthetics - this was an adjustment for me so be wary. If you care for them poorly they can get scratchy faster.

Brush 16
5.0
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2 years ago

I have the new number 16 which is white and pointed. I purchased the new eye set and this brush is the one I use the most. I use it EVERY day. This is a medium to large fluffy eye brush. It's a medium to slightly dense brush which diffuses color perfectly. It's slightly pointed which is beautiful for my hooded eyes. I use it for my transition shade or as a blown out all over eye shade. It's extremely soft. I've had no shedding. I've tried a couple other crease brushes but this is my favorite ever. Between the shape, density, and softness it's the best.

Brush 16
5.0
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2 years ago

I have the new number 16 which is white and pointed. I purchased the new eye set and this brush is the one I use the most. I use it EVERY day. This is a medium to large fluffy eye brush. It's a medium to slightly dense brush which diffuses color perfectly. It's slightly pointed which is beautiful for my hooded eyes. I use it for my transition shade or as a blown out all over eye shade. It's extremely soft. I've had no shedding. I've tried a couple other crease brushes but this is my favorite ever. Between the shape, density, and softness it's the best.