CLAIM TO FAME: An egg-shaped sponge applicator for seamless, natural-looking makeup
FAST FACTS: Special edgeless shape fits all contours of the face; effortlessly blends and buffs makeup; delivers perfect coverage from every angle; ideal for cream to liquid formulations; prevents noticeable streaks
PERFECT FOR: Professional flawless finish
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Pro Blend Egg Sponge in Black
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I thought this product was a steal because of how cheap it is compared to other make up sponges but the quality just doesn't cut it. I've used this for almost 2 weeks but no matter how i tried my best blending/dabbing my full coverage foundation, it always appears to be blotchy although when used for light to medium coverage, it's just so-so. I suggest looking into other cheap brands of makeup sponges and skip this one.about 2 months ago
I bought it on sale but it wasn't worth it. One squeeze and I know I bought a bummer. It's so hard that it would literally bounce if I let it fall in the floor. I know I know I wouldn't be using it on foundation so gave it a chance on setting powder. I tried it dry, didn't work. I tried it wet and it doesn't absorb water like I want it to. Plus the packaging's cheap (but expected).3 months ago
Upon receiving my order, I was very excited to use my new beauty blender since my old one was pretty worn out already. Sadly, this black beauty blender doesn't expand when soaked on water and doesn't help me apply my foundation seamlessly. I was hoping it would be a good dupe compared to the expensive brands but I was wrong. I guess i'll have to invest on a morphe sponge or real techniques next time.4 months ago
I saw that this was on sale and it was within my price range as a poor college student (LOL) so i got it. It's okay I guess. I've been using it for about a year and it did pretty good for a few months, blended everything that needed to be blended well enough, but i guess all the squeezing and washing caught up to it coz now it leaves black spongy flakes on my face when I use it. Not a lot, but it's still pretty annoying. I have another sponge that my mom bought me which absorbs a bit more product but it's still holding up better than this one and I used it for about a year as well.5 months ago
This is so hard... I was a bit hyped to know that it's a great dupe for beauty blender, but I don't think so!! Well I wasn't expecting much given the price, but I was at least expecting it would work like how make up sponges work -- where it gives you a dewy finish after you apply foundation (as opposed to the powder-ish finish that brushes do. I find it hard to apply my foundation using this, I kinda feel it's absorbing the product up. I only used this once, and I don't plan on using this again. :(5 months ago
It's a very dense blender and not the squishy one I'm looking for. It's difficult to bounce on your face and get the product around. I honestly hurt my hands using this. I tried it damp too and it doesn't work too well with water. It didn't expand and just stayed wet and weird. I used Maybelline fit me and L'oreal infallible with this and it didn't leave the foundation streak-free on my face. When used wet, it picked up and soaked the foundation I had on my face and diminished the coverage! When used dry, it still soaks product and doesn't apply flawlessly.5 months ago
When the Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder is out of stock, try one of these!