Wayne Goss The Synthetics Brush Set for Spring 2019

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Wayne Goss The Synthetics Brush Set for Spring 2019
Wayne Goss The Synthetics Brush Set for Spring 2019
Wayne Goss The Synthetics Brush Set for Spring 2019

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Introducing the first 100% synthetic brushes from makeup artist Wayne Goss. Crafted by Japanese artisans with the softest vegan bristles, The Synthetics is a capsule collection of makeup brushes that covers all essential applications.

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Synthetic Brush Set, $140.00 (Permanent)

Large Fan Brush (24S) A fluffy fan brush designed to disperse liquid, cream, and powder foundation seamlessly over the skin. The versatile shape can also be used for contouring, bronzing, and highlighting.

Pointed Powder Brush (25S) This tapered powder brush allows you to apply loose and pressed powders exactly where you want them. Use light pressure to set under-eye concealer or press down with firmer pressure to sweep blush over cheeks.

Blending Brush (26S) The ultimate eye shadow blending brush, designed to soften and diffuse hard lines for flawless eye looks. This essential tool does double duty as a concealer and precision contour brush.

Pencil Brush (27S) Designed for detail work, this pencil brush fits into the crease of all eye shapes to effortlessly shape and define. Use the fine-point tip to smudge eye shadow along the lashline or apply lip color.

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Since I am unable to use his goat hair brushes, I’m extremely keen on seeing how his synthetic brushes work out! This could *finally* be it for those of us who have various animal hair/fur issues, be it allergies like myself or personal ethics.

Though I wasn’t immediately drawn to the collection, mostly due to the similarity of brush shapes for 3 of the brushes compared to his natural hair range, I’m curious to see these brushes in action. Tom Ford and MAC synthetic brushes have been getting poor reviews, so am interested to see how Wayne’s synthetic brushes perform.

My skin is pretty sensitive to animal hair brushes so I always prefer to go with synthetics. I’m really interested in these but am trying to hold on until reviews come out. Hopefully they perform well!

I got mine today. These are, hands down, the softest synthetic brushes I’ve ever met. If your favorite synthetic brush is a comfy flannel sheet, these are a Minke blanket.

Most acrylic brushes stimulate my oil production (something about being just poke-y enough?), but these don’t.

The shadow brush resembles Wayne’s natural #18, but is denser. The pencil brush is about 3/4 the length of his #20 and is, again, denser.

I like both.

I’m impressed with how versatile the 25S is. It’s pointy enough to get into tight spots (but soft enough to Never feel poke-y prickly) and spreads enough when pressed to get a nice wash of color.

I’ve used the 24S in both directions – edgewise with a highlighter and flat on for contour/blush.

I’ve been using mostly synthetic brushes nowadays, except for applying setting and finishing powders. I prefer how easy synthetic brushes clean and not having to fuss around with the fancier squirrel brushes and whatnot. For me personally, it also seems the squirrel brushes hold glitters more too, which makes them even hardy to clean.

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