Wayne Goss The Eye Set (2017) Launches Today

Wayne Goss The Eye Set (2017)
Wayne Goss The Eye Set (2017)

Perfect eye makeup starts with perfectly crafted tools. Introducing The Eye Set, a set of five brushes designed by makeup artist Wayne Goss to bring out the best in your eye shadow. Updated with natural, undyed goat bristles and redesigned shapes, The Eye Set puts the power to create gorgeous eye looks—from a sultry smokey eye to a daring cut crease—in your hands.

May 17th, 9AM PST (early access), 10AM PST (general access)

The Details

Eye Brush Set, $130.00 (New, Permanent)

  • The Eye Brush Set will be available with a limited supply today, and then an additional delivery “mid-summer.”
  • Brush 16 Similar in shape to the best-selling Brush 03, this brush’s fluffy bristles sweep over the entire eyelid to deposit the perfect amount of product.
  • Brush 17 Previously known as Brush 19, this brush does it all—from blending shadow deep into the crease of the eye to seamlessly concealing dark circles.
  • Brush 18 Tailor-made for blending without any patchiness, Brush 18 diffuses harsh edges for smooth, seamless results in just a few swipes.
  • Brush 19 The slim shape and long, wispy bristles make Brush 19 a must-have tool for precise blending—especially on small and hooded eyes.
  • Brush 20 Smudging and lining are just a few of the techniques you’ll master with this brush. Plush hairs get deep into the lashline without irritation.


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kjh Avatar

Don’t really need a white bristle version, though white can make it easier to see how much you picked up. I use the browns all the time, and think this is a good pick. Reminds me of the old tag line for NEC: we make the high end affordable. They are prob really the low end of high end, but are more than adequate for my skill level. It’s a decent set. Idk if the price raised or not. And Beautylish is so terrific with c/s, packing, and delivery. People are not likely to be disappointed.

Elise Avatar

I would not agree about these not being high quality. The white WG fan brush I have is the softest goat hair, right in line with the Chikuhodo T-Series. The T-Series are made of saikoho goat hair which is one of the highest quality. The price of his brushes individually are also in the same price point of the Chikuhodo.

I always recommend checking out Sweet Temptations Brush Temple. She has reviews and information on all brush brands and the different levels. 😉

Deb Avatar

Some of my oldest eyeshadow brushes (MAC 239 & 217) are showing their age. I can’t complain; I’ve had them well over 5 years and used them many times. I like having a few days’ worth, so I splurged and added the Wayne Goss set to my rotation.

Amalia Avatar

So unfair, FREE SHIPPING on all sets worldwide and $20 shipping for Greece. Free ship level starts at $150 for Greece unfortunately. Kindly, they have sent me an email: ” Hopefully we can get lower rates soon! “

Shannon. N Avatar

I want to hear what fellow hooded ppls thoughts are on the sizes and width of these!

I have severely hooded eyes. When I relax my face, you can not see ANY of my lid at all. Only my brow boneish area. So im always looking for good hooded eye brushes!

J Avatar

I love WG’s brushes (I own both the Anniversary set and the original eye set) but I question the usefulness of having so many blending brushes even if they are different sizes. I think this set would be more useful overall if it included a flat shader (I believe the original set had one.)

Kim Avatar

Wayne did a video recently where he said that he talked to Charlotte Tilbury, and neither one of them included a flat shader brush in their brush collections. He said that he finds them too difficult to work with, especially since you can place lid color with a blending brush.

I thought that was interesting, and it made me curious to try doing my makeup without a flat shader. I would’ve thought it’s a basic necessity, but apparently it’s not.

Anywhoo, I wouldn’t expect him to launch a flat shader brush after saying all that, unfortunately!

J Avatar

Hi Kim

I saw that video too, and I think for a certain eye shape (ie: deeper set eyes, or people with larger lids) that may be more true. Unfortunately, as someone with a very shallow crease and not very big lids, all but the smallest blender brush become redundant for me because the tips of the brushes are just too big to deposit a small area of colour.

WG did include a flat shader in the original Eye Set (#18) and it is still sold separately if you want to check it out. It’s pretty good!

Kim Avatar

Ooh good to know! I’ve never looked too much into his brushes because they’re a little more money than I want to spend… But maybe I’ll go tempt myself 🙂

BonnieBBon Avatar

Help! Someone talk sense into me! I’m going to buy these but since they will be permanent I know it doesn’t have to be today. But I want them now, even though I’ve misplaced the $20 gift card I got in my lucky bag. And also I went ham on the UD Basquiat collection. I bought all of it except the eyeliners. I wanted the vault but that was impossible to get. So. You see my dilemma. Outrageous amounts of output already this month….and I didn’t even list everything. BUT I have very hooded lids and these would be perfect…….I need strength for delayed gratification. It’s so hard to be responsible! ☹️

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