OK, ok I get it. You’re not sure. You’re don’t know if it’s worth forking out another $20 for the latest product trending the internet. Let alone sure if it even works. But let me tell you. IT DOES.
And I’m not joking.
It not only saves you on wastage but it helps get into all those hard to get to places. Because you’re not using your fingers, the foundation won’t absorb into your skin. And another little helpful hint – it won’t leave your hands looking that murky orange colour and you won’t go wiping your nice clean clothes and stain them with foundation.
Instead, it stays on the sponge and allows for an even spread, making for a soft, dewy and clean application. The key to a successful application with the sponge is that you’re supposed to use it wet. Meaning that you’re hydrating your skin whilst applying, adding to that dewy finish.
Yeah, yeah sure. You can just use a brush to apply foundation right? Wrong. Brushes tend to leave little flyway’s on your skin – meaning you’ll have to use your fingers regardless to get rid of them. Using the sponge means no flyway’s. And it’s the easiest, quickest thing to clean. Now I can’t stress enough, you don’t need to go bothering about buying some special cleanser for the sponge. Nah-uh! Run it under the tap and use a bit of hand soap. Easy. Don’t go spending money where you don’t have to!
The best thing about the precision sponges though, is that they’re not restricted to foundation. Use it for concealer, tinted moisturiser or even BB cream. It’s an application tool, designed to help you. Designed to help you get that flawless look we always fall short of but always aim for.
The pointy end – best for around the nose and eye. Thick end – best for large surface areas.