Miracle Sculpting Sponge [1518]


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CLAIM TO FAME: A sponge designed to contour and highlight

FAST FACTS: Features a smaller side for precise highlighting and a large side for controlled contouring; latex-free; features two flat edges to apply contour, two rounded edges to blend, and two tapered ends for precise application; use damp for a dewy glow or dry for a full coverage finish

PERFECT FOR: Highlighting your best features

The best for under eyes!!!
”I got this as a gift! Everyone knows I love RT anything lol I love to use this when I apply concealer and/or when I am setting it. The tips make it easy to reach the inner corner of my eyes! I use it so much I need to get a new one!”
– Lou Lou (from realtechniques.com)

Matte or Dewy
”The price is amazing for the quality in this sponge (: So worth it! I’m more on the oily side so I like to use the sponge dry when blending around my eyes and mouth. The coverage is really good! I do like to wet it a little just to have it moist and blend out my liquid highlighter with that side. You can also blend out your foundation if you have dry skin with a moist sponge and it’ll give you more of a dewy look.”
– Sury (from realtechniques.com)

WHAT YOU GET: (1) Miracle Sculpting Sponge [1518]

Real Techniques

Experience exceptional brush quality and precision with Real Techniques! This makeup brush brand was founded by sisters Samantha and Nicola Chapman and launched in 2011. Both makeup artists with a passion for beauty, the Chapman siblings spent years creating YouTube makeup videos at a time when vlogging was still new. Their Pixiwoo channel gained a cult following through the years, eventually racking up millions of views. This got them thinking—why not create the perfect tools to help women achieve their perfect beauty looks? Thus, Real Techniques was born.

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Top Reviewer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Moreno
  • Age 22

Interestingly Unique Shape!

I love how interesting and unique the shape of the Miracle Sculpting Sponge [1518] by Real Techniques is. It's perfect for baking / chiseling the face! The tip makes it easy to blend liquid / cream products while the flat edge makes it easy to apply powders. I love the shape of this and how unique it is. Everything has a purpose, not just for "aesthetic" or "appeal"

about 2 years ago
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  • Skin Type Sensitive
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita

made for contouring

i bought this one while it was on sale. i'm glad it was on sale coz i 'd never buy it otherwise... this is a lot smaller than the miracle complexion sponge and not nearly as soft. and even when you dampen it,it doesn't expand that much. it has a rubbery smell to it which i dont like. they weren't kidding when they said that this is made for contouring. i tried using this for applying foundation and it's no good. it ended up absorbing too much of my expensive fonda. that said, i find the flat edges to be useful for contouring. buy this if you dont want bronzer stains all over your beauty blender.

over 2 years ago
Top Reviewer
  • Skin Type Dry
  • Skin Tone Medium
  • Facial Features Morena

Durability issue

As usual, I am going to write an honest, no BS review of this sponge. I don't own a beauty blender, and this is my first RT sponge. I have been using locally made versions of these sponges before, so my point of comparison would be just the local ones. First impression: In its dry state, it's super cute and super soft! I like to squish it like crazy! Nothing like my previous pink sponge. Then it expands when wet/damp and it's super duper soft. I used the bigger side to apply my foundation and it's super easy to use, the texture is really soft on the face and I love it. It is way better than the local one I have. I think that the smaller side is for the smaller curves on your face but I find that it's hard to do that if you're holding on to the base. NOW, on to the bad side. It's hard to control the small side of the sponge. For me, it's no at all useful. It got ripped on my first use! Noooo! It got ripped on the neck part of it-- the middle part that connects the small and the big part. To think, that I am not even dragging it to my face. My thoughts: not durable at all. I think that it would be more useful if the two sides are separated so it would be easier to control. Now, I have to be extra careful so as not to tear it completely apart. It's sad coz I really would have loved it if not for the durability issue. I'm giving it 3 stars only coz the only part I like about it is the big part and I think it's a waste of my money coz it got damaged on my first use. I should have gotten the original miracle sponge pala. Sayang. But hey, I can still make it work using the big side.

over 2 years ago
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