Wayne Goss Blush Palette Swatches

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Wayne Goss Blush Palette Swatches
Wayne Goss Blush Palette Swatches
Wayne Goss Blush Palette Swatches

There are four variations in the recently-released Wayne Goss Blush Palette ($45.00 for 0.67 oz.) collection. Each palette is really a duo that features a more matte blush paired with a fairly shimmery highlighter. Here are swatches of the four duos!

Wayne Goss Blush Palettes

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Vivid Azalea. After seeing several others who are near or at my skintone, Alicia @kinkysweat, Tara Lynn and Kelsee Briana Jai using this one *lightly*, I’m sold on it. It pops on our lt. tan/medium golden skintones in a very pretty, unexpected way. Not as clown-like as one may fear if used sparingly and we’ll diffused!

These look so pretty. I’m thinking of picking up Coral Rose and Vivid Azalea. Waiting for the review to see if I have dupes. Wish they were a little smaller and cheaper.

They are all very pretty but my favorite would be Bright Poppy and the blush side would work for me, but the highlight side is much too dark for me. I also like Vivid Azalea.

Individually, they are all nice colors and seems quite good too. But most of the pairings does not make sense to me: warm with cool, deep with light, bright with muted. How they can both work for the same person? I think the duos could have been arranged in a more meaningful way

I love the light pink highlighter. Also, glad that these seem pretty pigmented and will actually suit many skin tones. I’ve watched a few videos where people layered the highlighter underneath the blush and it looked quite nice like that.

Wow, Vivid Azalea is stunning and seems like a very universal color! You could have winter-rosy cheeks all year long.

I just got “Coral Rose” yesterday.. It’s okay-not sure it’s worth the pricetag.. but that could be that I have so many other blushes that I’m fairly happy with… however, that said, the formula is great.. I am mature and it looks good on my skin. I’m not sure about keeping this color though.. it barely shows up on my medium /light complexion. I would have gotten Poppy if the highlighter wouldn’t have been so dark.. maybe I could wear the highlighter for eyeshadow..

I saw Coral Rose swatched on Sonia G’s Instagram and I fell in love with it. It looks like one of those blushes that I don’t have to be super careful with application. I love Vivid Azalea but I think that would end up being too much work to tone it down for my skin tone.

Love coral rose but wouldn’t show up on me and don’t like the highlighter. Love Wayne but none of this appeals to me.

I find it a bit disappointing that the deep fuschia shade (which is perfect for deeper skin tones), is paired to that really LIGHT highlighter. It’s a bit weird that he would do that.

These sure do look pretty, but they’re a pass for me for the same reason other people mentioned: the highlighters don’t go with most of the blushes they’re paired with. I think I’ll buy a couple of Lady Gaga’s Haus Labs blush/highlight duos instead, because she has some gorgeous pairings that I think will work better for everyday use for me.

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