The Artist Brush Large$75
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About Wayne Goss The Artist Brush Large
Apply loose and pressed powders exactly where you want them with Wayne Goss The Artist Large. This exquisitely designed brush is handcrafted with a super-soft blend of gray squirrel and saikoho goat hair bristles. Apply everything from setting powder to bronzer, blush, and highlighter with this versatile, calligraphy-inspired brush.
Why It's Special
- Handmade in Kumano, Japan by master artisans
- Maple wood handles inspired by traditional Japanese calligraphy brushes
- Impossibly soft natural bristles pick up and diffuse powder seamlessly over the skin
- Multipurpose design for applying setting powder, blush, bronzer, contour, highlighter, and more
How to Use
Wayne recommends holding the brush by setting the end of the handle in your palm. Use light pressure to apply the product to targeted areas with the tip of the bristles. For larger areas, like the cheeks, press slightly harder to let the bristles splay out. Use only with pressed or loose powders.
- Size: 7.2” (total length) x 0.75” (ferrule width) x 5.75” (handle length) x 1.5” (bristle length)
- Hair Type: Gray Squirrel
- Limited Edition
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If you are less than completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return your order within 60 days (from the delivery date) for a full refund. We'll cover the cost of return shipping within the U.S..
ReviewsNor hafizah M. Jan 23, 2021
The magical world of Wayne!
I need a Wayne! I need a wand! So here comes the perfect brush that says it all... beautiful, functional and just magical... perfect size and fluff for setting my tzone since I don’t usually like to put too much powder. Oh Wayne...3 found this helpful.