A bundle with the new limited edition The Holiday Brush 2018 and a Wayne Goss must have, The Eye Set.
Meet the most versatile new tool in your makeup arsenal—the 2018 Holiday Brush from Wayne Goss. Featuring a fan-like shape that disperses product seamlessly, this limited edition, Japanese-made brush is perfect for highlighting, bronzing, contouring, and more.
Create virtually any eye look with The Eye Set, a collection of five handcrafted brushes designed by makeup artist Wayne Goss. Featuring silky-soft natural bristles, this set comes with everything you need to master a smoky eye, cut crease, winged liner, and so much more.
I really wanted Wayne’s new holiday brush. It sold out so fast, the only way I could get it was to also get his eye set. Since it was already on my wish list, I got them both! Here's my thought on this bundle.
The Holiday Brush 2018 I absolutely love this new brush from Wayne. It’s so soft, it feels like silk on my face. I watched Wayne’s video on the many ways I could use this, and I have tried them all. You can use it for bronzer, powder, contour, highlighter or blush.
I always try a new brush with multiple products before ultimately deciding on the best use of it. My absolute favorite use is applying blush. I like a soft diffused look for my blush. The flat sides that taper to a thin edge gives me that perfect diffused swoop of blush. It doesn’t seem to matter if I’m using a highly pigmented or hard pan blush, it always grabs the perfect amount of color.
I haven’t experienced any shedding and the brush has only gotten better with washing. I’m so glad that more are coming back in stock because I plan on getting another! The Eye Set If you want a set of brushes that allow for a natural soft eye look, then these are the brushes for you. I find they save me time because they blend as you go and pick up product beautifully.
I use #16 to apply a base over my lid after primer application.
#17 is great for my transition color in the crease while it diffuses the edges softly. If I’m adding a darker color to the crease, I use #19 for better precision.
#18 is what I use to lay down my lid shade and blend the edges.
#19 and #20 are the smallest brushes in this set. #19 is awesome for its ability to hug your socket, it’s firm but so soft and it doesn’t hurt or tug on my eyes.
#20 is shorter than 19 so it’s great for adding intensity to the out v or any area I may be layering on color.
Overall, I love this set and use them daily. I did add his #5 pencil brush to my collection to aid with more precision needed for my lower lash line.
Great job Wayne!
This set is so good. The holiday brush is killer. Kinda panic, thinking I'd better get a back up.