The applicator on every make up artist & beauty blogger’s mind referred to as a ‘miracle sponge’ has taken off, so much so we’ve created a quick guide on how to use this marvel Foundation Sponge.
ALL ABOUT THE BASE
If it’s a flawless finish you’re looking for, this is the make up applicator for you. The unique soft texture of the sponge means none of your foundation will be absorbed, giving you smooth application with less product waste.
Small in size but big in impact, this is the handbag sized applicator that will keep you looking party prefect this festive season. When you’re feeling a bit warm after dancing the night away; simply dab over your foundation to stay looking your best, without wiping or smudging any existing product off.
TOP TIP: The curvy shape of the Foundation Sponge has a handy pointed tip, meaning you blend across all the faces natural contours with ease. Always dab and gently press in to the skin, never rub! This motion ensures any product is distributed evenly, giving you the best possible coverage.
HIGHLIGHT & CONTOUR LIKE A PRO
Take the Sculpt&Glow Palette and apply the highlighting shade with the Foundation Sponge at a 45-degree angle, press the product in place across the top of your cheekbones, tip of your nose, inner forehead and cupids bow for a blended, glowing finish. Do the same with your contouring shade, around the hair line and cheekbones for a sculpted look to challenge the Kardashians.
Can you re-use it?
Of course – simply rinse with washing up liquid or soft shampoo and squeeze under a tap until the water runs clear, then leave to dry and you’re good to go again the next day.
All that for £9.50, you’d be crazy not to indulge!
Shop yours here.
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