Materials used: goat hair, horse hair, brass ferrule, wooden handle.
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The GSN Series GSN-15 is a spoolie brush with bristles made from goat and horse hair.
Sweep gently over brows or lashes to remove loose powder on hairs. Mist with a setting spray to help tame flyways in hairline or to remove fall out from eyeshadow in the lashes.
“The GSN series is designed to work seamlessly with a variety of makeup brands. These are all-around brushes for both pros and novices.” See the lookbook for the GSN Series here.
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I love BOTH of these spooley brushes....BUT for different reasons/uses. They're almost the exact same LENGTH from top of bristle down to tip of handle--except the GSN-15 is just barely a teensy-weensy bit longer but it's hardly noticeable even when holding them side by side. Both have extremely long handles which is the norm for all GSN series. The bristle SHAPES are different, the '15' is pretty much the same thickness/width from the very top of the bristles down to the bottom of the bristles. But the '14' has more of a conical shape--think little Christmas tree--tiny at the top & wider at the bottom. As for the FEEL/TEXTURES of the bristles, the '15' is rougher, much coarser while the '14' is still firm & stiff enough to maintain control yet not nearly as rough/coarse as the '15' is. So given all the above info--I love the '14' for combing through my eyelashes after mascara application to remove clumps & ensure lashes are all going in the direction I want. The '14' feels 'SAFER' near my eyes/lashes because it's not as coarse & also b/c it's bristles are tinier at the top (conical) making it easier to get up closer to the base of the lashes. As for the '15', I love it for eyebrows--sets all the unruly ones into place plus it combs them all perfectly whenever I need to trim them. Both the '14' & '15' are great for blending eyebrow product into the brows but I still prefer the '15' for everything with my brows. See picture for bristle shapes--GSN-14 on the left, GSN-15 on the right.
This is a must buy for sure. I previously owned a Sonia kashuk spoolie to do a quick brush through prior to filling in my brows. I bought this because I know that horse hair is strong and more resilient in comparison to the synthetic hair of SK's. To all the ladies that know the struggles of baby hairs, this is for you. Affordable, durable and multi functional. Worth every penny.
This is the most amazing eyebrow spoolie. It's great for quickly brushing up your brows. It's also good for softening the brows after applying eyebrow powder. It's also easy to clean.
I've tried this to separate my lashes, and this brush does a meh job there. I'd get the Wayne Goss 23 instead for lashes.
If you are not using a good quality spoolie you should be. This particular one is the strongest one I have used and it is just so easy to brush my brows and get the tamed with a hint of wild results I want. Under rated game changer.
It's bordering on hard and painful if you have sparse brows. The other reviews are right on point when they say "strong" -- it is extremely stiff indeed.