Is Goss Make-up Artist Married?

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One of the most asked questions is if Wayne Alan Goss is married.  Within the past couple of years, gossmakeupartist became a YouTube make-up guru and many fans search for his marital status online, as well as his sexual orientation.

Wayne, a qualified personal trainer and nutritionist, first turned to make-up when he suffered from acne at the age of 20.  In 2008 inspired by the YouTube phenomenon, he wanted to give a more realistic approach to what can and can’t be done.

The question regarding Wayne’s marital status has been answered in one of the videos and the answer is – “I’m not married but I would like to be.” 

( skip to 0.25 sec for an answer )

 
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7 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for all you do, Wayne — I love your videos. I applaud your replies to whether you’re gay — It’s nobody’s business, I can’t believe that people actually ask you, and you’re more tactful than I would be if asked! My comment is along that line: there are suddenly many more men working in cosmetics now, and that’s great. BUT for many of them, it’s ALL ABOUT THEM, and they’re drama queens, divas, moody, pouty, etc. etc. I’m the customer and the person spending money and I want and deserve for it to be ALL ABOUT ME for the 5 or 10 minutes I’m spending with them. I don’t care who they sleep with, I hope they can marry if they want to, but I just want them to be pleasant and knowledgeable and professional and low-key. I’ve mentioned this to a few saleswomen after a particularly annoying experience and they quietly admit they understand and agree. I’m spouting off to you to let you know I see this as a big problem with gay men in the cosmetics field — some of them need to COOL IT. If you have any influence in this matter, I’d hope you could use it. Thanks, and keep up the great work, and best regards to you.
    Catherine

  2. Mr Goss,

    You are absolutely amazing,I have subscribed to and continue to watch your make up tutorials and tips. They have been extremely helpful. You’re a beautiful person :-) The interview video was handled quite nicely :-)

    Thank you for all the make-up help you continue to give.

    Kayla

  3. Great interview. No offense to the person who asked it, but I completely agree with you for choosing to not answer the final question from the FAQ. I don’t understand its relevance or why people need to know this stuff. I wish we’d all grow up :/

  4. I think you are a fascinating person and it is great that you are trying to help others with your tutorials. I have learned a great deal today and hope to put it to work. I wish you the very best life has to offer. Love your wink.

    Jamie

  5. I was so pleased to watch most of your tutorials…thank you for trying to help others feel good about how they look and endeavoring to make this world a more beautiful place. I am a 70year old widow who looks 10 years younger and I would like to know how to apply make up so that I look neither dowdy nor too-too much. Could you do a full make up for the older”natural-type “woman? There must be others who would be interested in this. Once again, thank you for your heart to make a difference…niceness does matter. God bless you! Pam

    • My sentiments exactly! I’m not quite as old as you but it’s hard to find the line between dowdy and overdone. Besides niceness making a difference, he’s also charming and I would be thrilled to talk to him in a pub.

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