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!

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Francesca Avatar

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

Laura Avatar

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..

Cameron Avatar

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.

Stephanie Avatar

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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