I'm just beginning to build my Wayne Goss collection...one brush at a time. This is my third purchase, and it's absolutely perfect. I've been using a Smashbox push liner brush for years. It was about three times the size of the 08 and was difficult to use for tightlining. This little gem is just right. I'm scared I'm going to lose it 'cuz it's so small, so I keep it in the first slot in my brush book to make sure it gets put away every day. I never thought I'd love something so small, but it makes quick work of lining with little effort. Just buy it.
I've been using this mask for over six months, and it never fails to deliver. I have normal, aging skin and use Retin-A, so I apply this over my nighttime cream. My skin always looks brighter in the morning, and the peeling from the harsh Retin-A has stopped completely. I've used other Sulwhasoo products and love all of them, but this is one I will never be without.
This is only my second Viseart palette, and I can't imagine buying any other brand now that I've experienced it firsthand. The shadows blend like a dream (especially with Wayne Goss's brushes) and don't crease. I use this in tandem with the Cool Mattes palette, and I rarely reach for anything else now.
I've been searching for a good nude shade for my waterline, and I've finally found it. The formula glides on smoothly and lasts almost all day. This is a real find for someone who stares at a computer day in and day out. My waterline always looks red, but this covers it perfectly. So happy!
I've put up with a scratchy synthetic crease brush for far too long, so I decided to try the WG brushes. I bought #17 and #4 (very similar), and they are pure heaven. Of the two, I prefer to use this one first and then go in with #17 for a deeper crease shade. Such precision. Such softness. Such joy. I'm appalled at having waited so long to join Goss's fans. I intend to buy all of the original eye brushes and the new eye set as well...in installments, of course. Worth the wait and the money.
I've put up with a scratchy synthetic crease brush for far too long, so I decided to try the WG brushes. I bought #17 and #4 (very similar), and they are pure heaven. Such precision. Such softness. Such joy. I'm appalled at having waited so long to join Goss's fans. I intend to buy all of the original eye brushes and the new eye set as well...in installments, of course. Worth the wait and the money.
After suffering through a lengthy and unsuccessful search for a cool matte palette, I was thankfully guided here by many, many friends. I'll admit the price was off-putting, but after spending $50, $60, and $70 for lesser palettes (which I returned), I took the plunge. I can say that I will never be able to go back to other brands. They shadows blend seamlessly and work so beautifully on my pale skin that I don't even want to look at the other palettes in my collection. I am officially a Viseart loyalist (and also have Theory in Amethyst). It will be years before I hit pan on these, and I can see many more in my very near future. Simply the best available.