Wayne Goss Brush 10 (White) is a brush.
Wayne Goss Brush 10 (White) ($38.00) is a small-to-medium brush that flares outward from the base until its mid-point and then tapers to a rounded, more dome-shaped edge. The brush head is 35.00mm in length, 21.10mm in width and depth, and it uses goat hair. The brush (from end to end) had a total length of 16.30cm.
It is less tapered and pointed at the end compared to Brush 02, but the two are similar in purpose and function. I find the Brush 10 does a better job at blending and diffusing a more metallic/shimmery highlight compared to the Brush 02, which excels at precision. I also liked using it for a softer contour in the hollow of my cheeks or for applying a shimmery blush. While soft against the skin, the brush still picked up powder products well.
The bristles were soft, smooth against the skin with enough spring that I could blend in any direction and never feel the edges of the bristles against my skin. The brush seemed well-shaped and had no stray or shedding hairs thus far. I did not find it any more or less soft in comparison to Brush 02, and I think if you have one, it's unnecessary to have both (from a functional standpoint, but one could surely have both and enjoy them as I obviously do!).
Inspired by the best-selling Brush 02, this brush’s tapered tip makes highlighting and bronzing with creams, liquids, and powders easier than ever before.