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    Wayne Goss Brush Collection

    The full collection is currently available for pre-order. I believe he worked with Artisan & Artist which is manufactured by Chikuhodo. Is anyone going to get them?


    Brush 01 Foundation
    Brush 02 Powder
    Brush 03 Crease, Large
    Brush 04 Crease, Medium
    Brush 05 Crease, Small
    Brush 06 Blending
    Brush 07 Lip
    Brush 08 Precision
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    I'll be getting them when they individually go up. I want to try a few at first, probably the powder, medium crease, and blending brush.

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    Omg I just died lol I love love this man yes I will be buying did I just say I love this man
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    Probably when they're available individually.
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    Just the white hair brush for me. I love it and he said it should help with reducing pore size when makeup is applied. Since he's done vids on the subject, I'm down.
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    Def individually. Not shelling out 210 dollars for preorder.

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    If I had the money id preorder... but can't wait to try these....they look really impressive.
    Starting to hunt for Blazing Haute. This will be the first blush I've ever hit pan on.

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    On second look... I have the three Louise young crease brushes. A Bobbi brown powder brush like gust and the Mac brush that looks like hisblending brush. So For now I'm starting with the foundation brush...
    Starting to hunt for Blazing Haute. This will be the first blush I've ever hit pan on.

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    The crease brushes look really nice. I would be interested in the entire set depending on the quality. Will probably stand in the side lines and wait for reviews before purchasing. I have high hopes though because I would think that he would not put his name on anything unless it was tip too quality...

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    Liking the small crease brush, foundation brush looks interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by sss215 View Post
    Just the white hair brush for me. I love it and he said it should help with reducing pore size when makeup is applied. Since he's done vids on the subject, I'm down.
    The first pre-order lot sold out in three hours, my beauties.
    I'm interested in ordering individually myself.
    Like sss215, I'm interested in the foundation brush.
    At the moment I alternate between the Shiseido and the Dior foundation brushes for that same purpose (hands-down winner, Dior) and am interested in seeing how mr Goss' brush performs in comparison.

    The crease brushes look very good.

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    I thought I read somewhere that the brushes sold out internationally, but are they still available in the US?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTT View Post
    I thought I read somewhere that the brushes sold out internationally, but are they still available in the US?
    Yes, indeed, the first lot, available 13 Sept, sold out in 3hours.
    You can make a pre-order for the second lot, available 24 Sept. on-line.
    I'm hoping I'll be allowed to order individual brushes on my pre-order, as I'm only interested in 5 of the 8 brushes.
    Only! My bank account is whimpering in pain and I'm hunting out recipes for healthy and inexpensive t meals to prepare to take to work, bento-style.
    No eating out til I compensate the price of these brushes.
    Brushes which I must, must have.
    I think mr Goss' business venture has struck gold!

    Added:
    My information about the pre-ordering comes from
    http://www.love-makeup.co.uk/wayne-goss-m-106.html

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    I'm hoping to get some individual brushes, eventually. I love his videos & think he's great, but that doesn't mean you are going to be able to create a great product. I'm also unfamiliar with the company he's working in conjunction with. I know he loves brushes, but to spend this much on a pre order when he has no other products under his name (at least not that I'm aware of, please correct me if I'm wrong) it just doesn't seem like a purchase I want to run into with out reviews, etc. Please if anyone takes the plunge let us know what your thoughts are.
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    I looked at his video and also the direct link with pictures and descriptions last night. Just from what I saw briefly I really like them. They look high quality. His crease brush shapes remind me of the NARS yachiyo brush. And those are made in Japan too, no? As I said before I want to see reviews first but they are definitely on my radar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanky View Post
    I'm also unfamiliar with the company he's working in conjunction with.
    They're made in the same Japanese town where Hakuhodo brushes are made, by artisans. (Hakuhodo didn't make them, just to be clear.)
    I know he loves brushes, but to spend this much on a pre order when he has no other products under his name (at least not that I'm aware of, please correct me if I'm wrong) it just doesn't seem like a purchase I want to run into with out reviews, etc. Please if anyone takes the plunge let us know what your thoughts are.
    Yeah, these are the first products he's lending his name to. Meanwhile, have a review post! http://t.co/6RfbGvbwFN And a vlog post from one of the Beautylish events (relevant bit starts at around 5:20)... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpePs6PKtAQ
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    Thanks for the link!
    it's the first actual review I've read to date and makes me think we're witnessing the birth of an exceptional product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellygrrl View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpePs6PKtAQ
    LOL she is funny an good. I'm ready to plunk down my $210 bucks.

    I've decided I want the first 6. don't need the lip or precision brush. I wanna buy NOW!!!
    Starting to hunt for Blazing Haute. This will be the first blush I've ever hit pan on.

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    LOVE HIM! Definitely going to purchase some of the brushes individually. I think Beautylish said they'd be available individually later on this month? That small crease brush looks interesting as well as the blender brush, and although I use the beauty blender for my foundation, I want to try out that foundation brush as well.

    ETA: Love her review. This totally describes my life which is why I want that small crease brush!


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    Are small crease brushes unusual? I have the NARS Small Dome and love it. I was working on an Asian eye last week and looked all over the store for a small brush like it and didn't find one. Grrrr! I'll look around again when I don't actually need it. That usually helps things magically appear.

    I find myself annoyed by the comments about the price of the brushes. Clearly a lot of people who claim to love makeup don't love brushes or know much about the creation process. I think they expected him to go the Pixiewoo route. Based on the few videos I've seen of his I definitely would expect him to take the luxury route. TBH the prices aren't obscene.
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    I have yet to find a really great small tapered crease brush, but maybe I haven't been looking in the right places???

    Where are people complaining about the brush costs? I haven't seen complaints about the brush prices, but I'm not surprised people are complaining. But I totally agree with you, I knew he was going to go the high end route, he LOVES brushes. If you ask me these are quite reasonably priced, comparable to MAC prices and I'm thinking they'll be better quality since they are handmade. I'm looking forward to purchasing.
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    You are absolutely right, GoldenGirl. As far as complaints, I've seen comments in a variety of places like other forums and Facebook.
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    I plan on adding Hakuhodo to my collection of brushes and I plan on adding Wayne Goss brushes to my collection. If they are anything as soft as Hakuhodo brushes I'm going to be all over them. I entirely expect them to be as luxurious. My first purchase when they become available to the Stateside crowd is a blending brush. Most likely the medium sized one. Wayne has hooded eyes like I do and I'm greatly looking forward to another great blending brush to add to my collection. I'm expecting a softer, more buttery ( is this a word?) version of the elusive MAC 226 brush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissTT View Post
    Are small crease brushes unusual? I have the NARS Small Dome and love it. I was working on an Asian eye last week and looked all over the store for a small brush like it and didn't find one. Grrrr! I'll look around again when I don't actually need it. That usually helps things magically appear.
    I reached for my Louise Young LY14 recently for the first time in a while, and I think it may work for monolids/Asian eyes, as well as smaller eyes and even hooded lids.
    I think they expected him to go the Pixiewoo route. Based on the few videos I've seen of his I definitely would expect him to take the luxury route. TBH the prices aren't obscene.
    I think you're right. But anyhoo, I think the prices are very reasonable -- around the same range as MAC, Louise Young, MUFE, some of the Hakuhodo brushes (thinking 200, J, and G series), and other high end brands. And as mentioned, Wayne is a brush junkie. Of course he would want more than a passive role in their creation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    I plan on adding Hakuhodo to my collection of brushes and I plan on adding Wayne Goss brushes to my collection. If they are anything as soft as Hakuhodo brushes I'm going to be all over them. I entirely expect them to be as luxurious. My first purchase when they become available to the Stateside crowd is a blending brush. Most likely the medium sized one. Wayne has hooded eyes like I do and I'm greatly looking forward to another great blending brush to add to my collection. I'm expecting a softer, more buttery ( is this a word?) version of the elusive MAC 226 brush.
    I do too! I'm so excited for these.

    I agree with you all, I don't think the prices are that bad. He's always said buy the best you can afford and to never skimp on brushes. I love pixiwoo, but those brushes aren't going to last a long time.
    Starting to hunt for Blazing Haute. This will be the first blush I've ever hit pan on.

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    The NARS Small Dome is just a little smaller than the 226. Check it out.
    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    I plan on adding Hakuhodo to my collection of brushes and I plan on adding Wayne Goss brushes to my collection. If they are anything as soft as Hakuhodo brushes I'm going to be all over them. I entirely expect them to be as luxurious. My first purchase when they become available to the Stateside crowd is a blending brush. Most likely the medium sized one. Wayne has hooded eyes like I do and I'm greatly looking forward to another great blending brush to add to my collection. I'm expecting a softer, more buttery ( is this a word?) version of the elusive MAC 226 brush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenGirl View Post
    I have yet to find a really great small tapered crease brush, but maybe I haven't been looking in the right places???

    My HG small tapered crease brush is the Koyudo C011.
    It's just what I want for working with my hooded eyes.make-up
    I have the NARS #12 (the small dome) and it's a lovely brush, but the Koyudo C011 is much more suited for my own make-up needs.
    Wetted, I use the C011 for applying just the right amount of product not only for the crease but for what shows of my mobile lid.

    Back to the WG collection- when oh when are detailed reviews going to start appearing?

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    Quote: Originally Posted by Sylvia60
    Back to the WG collection- when oh when are detailed reviews going to start appearing?



    This!!!
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    I'll be waiting for the individual onesI really like how the crease brush looks

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