"The Beautyblender sponge ($19.95) has changed the way my makeup looks. When it came on the market, I thought it was a gimmick, but its shape allows you to squish and mold it to get your foundation into every crevice of your face-something you can't do with a regular makeup sponge or brush. The texture makes any formula go on smooth and seamless, and you can use it for cream blush, too." -MELANIE INGLESSIS, makeup artist who works with Olivia Wilde and Kate Hudson
Wash Up! How to Clean Makeup Sponges TO USE: Dip your sponge in water and then rub into the soap. Get a good lather going (it feels kind of nice!) and be sure to work the product out of the sponge. When finished, rinse the sponge thoroughly with water and allow it to air dry. Remember to drain excess water out of the soap dish before resealing.
Optimize your beauty routine with this 3-in-1 multi-functional sponge. Rounded sides blend large areas of the face with a repeated dabbing or “stippling” motion.Precision tip covers blemishes and imperfections.Flat edge for the contours around the eyes and nose. Its versatile design evenly blends makeup for a smooth, enhanced finish.
We’ve seen lots of ombre techniques in the past, but this one is pretty cool because it’s done on your bare nails and has more of a stain effect than looking like actual nail polish. This was much easier than I thought it was going to be, but you should be prepared to practice once or twice before doing the actual mani. It’s all about technique!
Applying liquid foundation with a stippling brush, which gives you the most flawless "Airbrushed" Finish you can get, without actually using the Dinair Airbrushing System. This is the Technique that i use to appy my foundation, using a Flat or Round Sigma Synthetic Kabuki, (F80 or F82).