Beautyblender is the latest news from our store! For those who still do not know the brand, it is a set of make-up accessories. And the star product is the famous “pink sponge”. Who has not seen it yet ?! Awarded and internationally recognized, this sponge is worth every cent of investment! And it has multiple advantages that make it really unique.
However, in order to enjoy the benefits in full, it is necessary to use it correctly. And that’s why we listed here the 3 biggest mistakes you might be making with your Beautyblender!
1. Using Beautyblender dry!
Beauty blender is not a traditional sponge. It is developed with an “aqua-activated” technology. Which means it should be wet so you can work your make up professionally. When submerged in water, this sponge doubles its size and has a smooth, even surface. This makes the makeup foundation impeccably applied.
But it’s not only! If you are applying your fav foundation, you certainly want it to yield as much as you can. With sponge saturated with water, it will prevent the makeup foundation from being absorbed. This results in greater profitability of the product and less waste.
To sum up, watering the beautyblender improves the makeup finish and increases the performance of the foundation 😉
2. Dragging it across the skin.
Dragging or sliding Beautyblender through the skin will just move the makeup foundation. Instead of applying it correctly. It is important that you apply the foundation with small touches along the face. Professional makeup artists call this technique “stippling”. This creates uniform and professional coverage.
Use the pointed tip of the sponge to areas of difficult access, such as the eyes and nose wings. And alternate with a more rounded end for larger surfaces, such as the cheeks, chin, and forehead.
The result will be very beautiful and uniform. You will see that compared to a traditional brush or sponge, will spend less make-up foundation. And the skin is perfectly covered.
3. Only using it with liquid foundations.
Beautyblender can be used with liquid make-up foundations, as well as powders, creams and gels. In all these cases, the sponge should always be wet! It seems a bit contradictory to wet a sponge to apply a powder. But the truth is that the result is much more beautiful.
The pointed end of the sponge is perfect for applying the powder in the area under the dark circles. It is ideal for applying the finishing powder and even the blush.
We guarantee that if you use Beautyblender correctly, the result will be extraordinary!