Product Review – Wayne Goss Makeup Brushes
First and foremost let me say that these brushes are luxurious. The construction is beautiful, with a sleek black lacquer finish over solid brass ferrules and Japanese hardwood handles. The shapes are thoughtful/functional and the natural hair used is very high quality.
As a consumer, it was love at first sight …but then the makeup artist kicked in, and I started to worry about the fragility of these gorgeous, high-quality brushes and how they would translate to on-set working conditions.
Then, as if Wayne was listening to my thoughts, I got an email alert for his latest video …on how to care for his brushes.
The video verified my fears – I’m a brute with brushes and these divine beauties need to be handled with care and respect. They would not survive the level of use/abuse and daily washing I put my tools though.
FINAL ANALYSIS: These uber-luxury brushes are headline entertainers, not stagehands. I think they are amazing, but they’re much better suited for personal use (consumer) or reserved for special clients.
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