Goss Edit Brush 04$30
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About Wayne Goss Goss Edit Brush 04
Designed with precision in mind, this artisan-crafted makeup brush goes where larger brushes can’t—it’s perfect for highlighting, contouring, and powdering hard-to-reach areas, like the eyes and nose. The Goss Edit Brush 04’s pointed shape and featherlight bristles lay down product softly so you can control exactly how and where you apply it.
Why It’s Special
- The tapered tip fits snugly into the curves of the face—even the contours of most eye shapes
- Cashmere-soft, uncut natural bristles glide across the face without irritating dry, sensitive skin or disturbing products underneath
- Each calligraphy-inspired brush is carefully handmade by master artisans in Kumano, Japan
How to Use
For detailed application, tap or glide the tip of the brush with light pressure. To blend and soften visible edges, blend in a circular motion with medium pressure.
- Size: 171.45 mm (total length) x 25.4 mm (bristle length)
- Hair type: saikoho goat
- Maple wood handle
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ReviewsMargaret S. Aug 28, 2021
Such a versatile size and shape!
I own more than half of Wayne Goss’s wonderful brushes, so when he came out with his latest, The Collection, I had a hard time justifying adding more brushes to my own more than ample stash. But after watching and listening to him explain his motivation and goals for developing an entirely new brush collection and demo how each brush could be used, I realized that most of them would make a big difference in the ease of application and appearance of my makeup.
All the brushes in this new collection are the softest and most precisely shaped I have ever owned. The #4 brush is perfect for setting under-eye concealer, lightly powdering the T-zone, and subtly blending shadows on my hooded eyes.2 found this helpful.