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Getting a natural finish from our full-coverage foundation has always seemed like an elusive quest. Thats why we love the beautyblender®, which ensures smooth, even coverage every time. You won't be surprised to learn that its a favorite of pro makeup artists everywhere. Unlike traditional sponges, the soft texture and elliptical shape of the beautyblender® allows foundation to blend into skin with a natural finish and no streaks. When saturated with water, the sponge will expand to twice its size, making it easy to cover your whole face and still get into all the nooks and crannies. Plus, using the sponge damp prevents it from absorbing excess foundation, so you won't be wasting any makeup. This duo pack includes two hot pink sponges: keep one as a spare, or use both with differing shades of foundation for contouring effects.
This sponge is super cute, but according to the instructions I've seen - the application process is a little to slow for this mama on the move. Also when I clean the brush the water runs pink. Is that supposed to be happening. I'm glad I was able to try this since reviews are so good on it, but I'm even more glad I didn't spend money on it because for me it didn't live up to the hype.2
i gave this item a few shots before i quit forcing myself. it feels like applying plain old soap to my face. the pink dye is coming out of the egg/sponge situation. i don't like it. feels like a production just washing my face.2
I guess I just don't get it. I don't understand why everyone is so in love with this. It is a glorified sponge, or a makeup wedge. Not a big deal.2
Maybe I am confused on how to use the BeautyBlender but it just smeared wet makeup all over my face and left me feeling greasy. Horrible. I must be doing something wrong bc everyone I know is obsessed. Hm.2
Prior to using the blender ball thing I had only either used my fingers (I like cream blush) or a brush (if I was using powder blush). There is nothing really wrong with the blender, but I don't really know how to use it, nor do I see the benefit of this over using my fingers. I feel like I have better control with my fingers, and they are cleaner than the ball since it gets used multiple times and not cleaned in between. It's fine, if what you need is a blender, it's just not a product that I need.2
I've tried it a few times but the sponge kept on getting pilly on my face. I ended up wasting more of my foundation than if I just used my fingers. Product is not great.2
The dye in the sponge came off in my face when applying my make up and broke me out not a good product2
I am not sure what all the excitement is about over this. I wear mineral makeup so this product won't help me. I did try it with my bb cream thinking it would help and I think that it didn't do anything at all. In fact I like my bb cream better applied with fingers. Guess it's j st not for me!2
Dont waste your money! There are cheaper options that work just as well2
I guess I don't really get the point of it. Doesn't seem relevant to my make-up routine at all.2