These sponges are made of NBR (Nitrile Butadiene Rubber) to provide a smooth blending and even application for liquid, cream and powder foundation.
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It has an angular coverage! and is easy to blend.
Posted on 12/10/2016
It is a useless product when it comes to applying foundation or concealer...the only thing you could use it is for applying loose powder under your eye....I'm still thinking of ways to use them...so that I could at least get half of the value for money...
Posted on 12/10/2016
I actually didn't expected this much.
But I really liked the product.It helps me to blend my foundation and concealer too. Just damp this sponge and it will give you the best results.
Posted on 11/26/2016
By pranathy 15
It helps to achieve the flawless look. It not only blends foundation but also bb or cc creams that we use daily.
The sharp edges helps to reach the tough areas like under the eyes, around the nose and mouth. It has become my daily necessity. Give it a try.
Posted on 11/16/2016
If you don't want to splurge on makeup sponges, try these. They come at budget price and helps reaching every corner of face. Use after wetting and squeezing otherwise it will eat up your foundation/bb cream.
Posted on 1/23/2016
It's an average product. Nothing too extraordinary but does what it's supposed to do. The size of the wedges were smaller than expected , so it's quite a task to blend the foundation only using this, but it's a good size to reach the difficult corners of your face; under the eyes, around the nose and mouth.
Posted on 10/2/2015
Doesn't blend the foundation at all, instead it soaks up all the foundation. WASTE OF MONEY.
Posted on 9/23/2015
It is a truly magical sponge that makes makeup easier and quicker..Gives perfect coverage...
Posted on 8/30/2015
does its job in blending the foundation.. easy to clean too!
Posted on 6/12/2015
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Have a question on this product? Write a question and earn 100 reward points.Q.Do you have to apply water to the sponge before blending (like the beauty blender?)Question by: Manshi Bhikajee on Oct 30, 2016 11:38:00 AM