Wayne Goss Brush 11 (White) is a brush.
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Wayne Goss Brush 11 (White) ($48.00) is a medium-to-large, dome-shaped face brush that would work for cheek colors as well as for blending out product in general. It flared outward from the ferrule and then flared inward to create a soft, rounded edge. The brush was slightly less dense (as the bristles tapered in length from the edge to the center) at the edge (where it makes contact with the skin). The brush head is 39.40mm in length, 35.40mm in width, and 25.55mm in depth, and it uses goat hair. The brush (from end to end) had a total length of 17.50cm.
This one wins "most improved" compared to the original set, as it was significantly softer than the original Brush 11, which I actually noted as feeling less soft than expected in my original review. The new, updated version is smoother against the skin, easily used in any direction, and great for blending and applying sheer to medium pigmented products. It has moderate density, so it can pick up a lot of product in a single tap, which may make it easy to over-apply any ultra-pigmented products (like blushes and bronzers).
Personally, this was also the brush that I reached for least; the shape was larger than I needed for blush, and I do not often wear bronzers anywhere but cheeks (I think it would work well for applying bronzer all over the face, as it was larger but not so large that there was no precision). For actual buffing out of product on the face, I prefer a larger, more flat-topped kabuki-style brush compared to this--again, a preference rather than a functional issue.
Transform your skin into smooth, poreless perfection with this fluffy brush—Wayne’s go-to for his popular buffing technique.