Tailor-made for blending eye shadow, Brush 16 features the softest undyed natural hair for diffusing color all over the eye without any patchiness or muddiness. Just one swipe—pop it into the corner of the eye and pull shadow out—extends pigment all the way across the eyelid.
Brush 16 is also available with The Eye Set.
To blend eyeshadow, glide the brush in a back-and-forth motion across the eyelid. We also love Brush 16 for contouring and highlighting the cheekbones with expert precision.
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I have tried many, many brushes in my life since using eye shadow. This was my first brush purchase with real hair. I can’t stress enough how big the difference is between goat hair & synthetic hair. This brush is so soft & blends eye shadows out like an absolute dream, I’m never going back. I used to have issues with blending out harsh lines, but since purchasing this brush, it’s made blending MUCH easier, & helped me become much better in using shadows. This brush is a MUST HAVE for anyone who uses eye shadow, it’s worth every penny & more, & I can’t wait to buy more. I did this entire look using only this one brush, & using my finger to apply the metallics (normally I’d use at least 2-5 brushes on eye shadow). 100% recommended. Eye shadow (huda beauty mauve obsessions) Lipstick (androgyny by Jeffree Star)
I bought one of his brushes and shortly after ordered all of them. I love the way they apply my eye makeup. Way better than a Morphe Brush for sure
I use this brush every single day to apply a wash of shadow into the crease/eye socket and to softly blend transition shades onto the eyelid. I also use it to apply transition shades along my lower lashline for a smoky, diffused effect. If I had to give up all my other eye brushes and only use one, this would be it. It's pretty much perfect and I couldn't live without it!
I bought this brush to see if there truly was a difference in performance between a regular ELF or Morphe Brush and a high end brush. Long story short, it makes a world of difference.
I love my ELF Crease Brush and I've had it since i started doing makeup. I was using my #16 brush and switched back to my ELF brush to see if it felt different and boy the ELF brush felt scratchy. This brush also made my eyeshadow blend so easily.
I cannot recommend at least trying out this brush from the collection to get started. You will love it, I promise.
Wonderful brush and very soft. Disperses shadows and deposits color beautifully. I prefer white goat hair brushes to blue squirrel for eye shadow brushes. They tend to blend out product more efficiently. However, blue squirrel brushes are often softer than white goat hair. All this being said...this brush is extremely soft AND blends well so you get the best of both worlds. I have many Wayne Goss brushes along with Hakuhodo and Chikuhodo brushes. Wayne Goss does an extraordinary job with the craftsmanship and quality assurance of his product. You can't go wrong. I will be adding more of his new brushes to my collection.
I am so glad I finally up'ed my game in brushes. I have every Morphe brush known to mankind as well as Mac and thought I was just grand. well, after purchasing 1 WG eye brush I had to have them all!!! I thought this brush would be too big as I have little hooded eyes, so glad I was proven wrong simply by using this brush in the crease 1 time. Blends shadow out like a dream, its pointed edge getting right in there. I like how it is sturdy, that the brush doesn't fan out yet it fans out the shadow. I have spent tens f thousands on eye palettes, why in the world would you not invest in the brushes that make the shadows work to their full potential
Softness galore and truly cuts down on blending time. The shorter handle is Much appreciated by my mature eyes. Comparable to Hakuhudo brushes in terms of softness which I love as my maturing lids have become increasingly sensitive to the scratchy synthetics or sub par goat brushes.
As someone with hooded lids, this brush was the one from his eye set that I thought I would utilize the least in my daily routine, but it's become one of my all-time favorites for crease blending. Yes, it looks huge, but its wonderful taper allows you to apply product directionally whilst its fluffiness and size offers great buffing power. This is the first brush I use in my daily routine right after applying eyeshadow primer to lay down a basic warm brown in the crease; it's also wonderful for softening harsh applications. No matter which step you use this brush for, you will have a nice gradient guaranteed.
I'm no makeup pro, but when I like something, I buy many. This is one of the Wayne Goss brushes I would highly recommend if you're looking for a decent blending brush that takes minimal work. I could create an eye look using just the 16 and 18 - EASILY. This brush is so luxurious and it just softens those crease edges effortlessly. I have 3 on display on my regular use brush holder and one brand new one as a backup in my drawer. Love this brush!
All of WG brushes are great quality. I own most of them and they perform up to my very high expectations. I appreciate his brushes as much as I do Sonia G brushes. This brush is a nice blending brush for people that have a ton of space between the lid and brow. I have a ton of space there and need a large blending brush.