My Precision Blending Sponge

 Blending Sponge £4.99 - TK Maxx 

I've been seeing alot of these 'beauty blenders' about recently so I decided to post about this one that i've been using recently. 

If you have followed my blog for a while you will know that I don't really get along with Liquid Foundation! Basically because I just cannot seem to apply it without it going patchy and the outcome being a mess so I tend to wear powder foundations like Mac studio fix but recently I was given a sample of Hello Flawless by benefit and really liked it and then I got a clinique sample too so I thought id give this ago! I have tried foundation brushes, stippling brushes and still I end up all patchy . 

To use the sponge you wet it and squeeze out any excess water and then squeeze again with a towel so the sponge is damp but not full of water. You then dab it into your foundation and apply to the face. The sponge makes it easy to apply foundation and get into areas around the eyes using the specially designed pointy bit. I find the sponge so easy to use. 

You can use the sponge for all products liquid blushers, concealers and foundations and your saving product because the water makes your product go abit further! 

The real beauty blender retails for about £20- £30 but this is a cheap but great quality alternative and I know cosmopolitian does one that you can pick up in boots or superdrug and theres very very cheap alternatives on ebay if you wanna try one out without parting with your money although if you get a good quality one you won't be dissapointed !! 

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