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Dec 06, 2017

Ann L.

Thank you for the GREAT tip on how to properly care for and use Blue Squirrel Brushes, (like the Wayne Goss “airbrush” and number 2 brush)... and suggesting that we take extra care NOT to use them until our liquid or cream Foundation Has properly set.

So just to make sure I understand correctly, are you saying I should set the foundation another type of powder brush before using the blue squirrel brush?

I wished this kind of info was presented in the product description and tips for using and caring the the particular brushes.

Dec 01, 2017

Milly A.

Hello, Samuel! I saw your reviews of the Wayne Goss Air Brush.

I'm pale-leaning-cool (Hourglass stick foundation in "Blanc" is my closest match), and want to get into contouring. Would this brush apply a powder contour subtly enough?

Thank you in advance for your assistance :)

Jul 09, 2016

Naomi T.

Hi Samuel! I saw your insightful review on the Wayne Goss Air-Brush. I was wondering since it shouldn't be used with creams it safe for me to wash it with coconut oil or no? I usually wash my other make up brushes with half hand wash and half coconut oil.

Aug 24, 2016

Samuel W.

Hi Naomi! What a fascinating method of cleansing your brushes! I am sorry I did not respond sooner -- I wish I would get notifications for these messages! I use Dr. Bronner's castile soap and Clean Apothecary, and they both contian oils. (Olive oil and argan oil respectively, I believe) Considering that the oil you are using is biodegradable, as long as there is no residue left behind, you should be all good. You may have to modify your proportions to make sure you aren't overpowering the detergents in the soap (too much oil may not come out as easily as it does from goat hair, synthetic, etc). Thank you for the question!

Dec 08, 2015

Jackie A.

What brush would you compare to the white goat hair brush by Kevin aucoin? Just in size comparison.

Mar 03, 2016

Samuel W.

Hi! I'm so sorry I got to this question so late! It's a tough comparison to make between the Loose Powder Brush by Kevyn Aucoin and other brushes from companies. It's definitely big -- Kevyn's Powder brushes, whether you get the Loose Powder Brush or the Large Powder and Blush brush (I've tried both) will be some of the biggest ones you come across. (like Marc Jacobs' brushes. Big like that!) The brush is built very evenly and round, the way the M.A.C. 129 used to be made (think the Monogram Edition MAC 129 -- google it, it's so gorgeous) but it's about twice as large/full as that. The bristles, however, are packed much more densely in the Kevyn Loose Powder Brush. Thanks for asking!

Oct 31, 2015

Lucy J.

Love,love,love your makeup is gorgeous!! You are awesome!!

Nov 15, 2015

Samuel W.

Thank you so much! I really do appreciate it love! Makeup is my life and I don't really want to do anything else, so it's nice to hear that I'm doing it right!

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