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Review of Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge

Reader Review of the Day: Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge

Those teardrop-shaped makeup applicator sponges seem to be all the rage these days. Recently reader Hyzenthlay20 gave the Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge ($10) a whirl, and here's what she thought of this makeup tool:

I stopped using foundation brushes because I always had lines, no matter how hard I tried to avoid them. I had reverted to using my fingers. Then I saw a review for the Beauty Blender on YouTube and whoever it was said there was an alternative at Target that was basically the same thing at half the cost. I went and got one, and it's very cool! It's soft (wet it before you use it) and it does stipple the foundation onto my face evenly and nicely. If you want to try the Beauty Blender, but don't want to spend $20, invest $10 on this one at Target.

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angelfromlsu angelfromlsu 6 years
I use this for my Studio Fix Liquid foundation and it makes me look airbrushed. I then apply my Mineralized Skin Finish Natural powder. I highly recommend this sponge. It is a bit difficult to wash so make sure you use antibacterial brush cleaner and let it dry on surface that doesn't pool water. I usually used a 187 Mac brush to put on foundation but now I only use it to set my makeup with Fix+ Spray.
angelfromlsu angelfromlsu 6 years
I use this for my Studio Fix Liquid foundation and it makes me look airbrushed. I then apply my Mineralized Skin Finish Natural powder.I highly recommend this sponge. It is a bit difficult to wash so make sure you use antibacterial brush cleaner and let it dry on surface that doesn't pool water. I usually used a 187 Mac brush to put on foundation but now I only use it to set my makeup with Fix+ Spray.
LovelyLiLKatie LovelyLiLKatie 6 years
kinda of love foundation brush's mine blends really well.
LovelyLiLKatie LovelyLiLKatie 6 years
kinda of love foundation brush's mine blends really well.
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 6 years
for a smooth foundation application, i just put a lot of lotion on my face, then dot on the foundation and blend with a brush. It creates an even cover that is sheer, almost like a tinted moisturizer. But I'll try this sponge.
kitkat87 kitkat87 6 years
I stopped using my foundation brush after having the same problem! I will have to give these sponges a try!
hyzenthlay20 hyzenthlay20 6 years
Bella, I meant to ask if this increases my chances for winning the daily giveaway :) I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to have the Nars Orgasm set . . . I've been dying to try it out!
pillowtalkk pillowtalkk 6 years
good sponge! used to sell it at my job at rickys bust it def. wasn't a top seller even tho i think it should have been. other than that sponges are no bueno for the face after a few uses. =(
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
i have been wanting to try this since i saw MakeupByTiffanyD's review on youtube but it is always sold out at the targets around my house!
garlandofroses garlandofroses 6 years
I saw that same Youtube video! I was so surprised to find it featured on Bella's blog! Pretty cool.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 6 years
I have always wondered about this sponge as opposed to the more expensive one. Right now I used the packaged sponges and those are cool - but the blendability on this bc. of the shape is neat. I may give it a whirl.
Sublime-Queen Sublime-Queen 6 years
I always tell myself that I'm gonna review more products on here, and I never get around to it. I love this blender myself - it's shaped perfectly to get in creases and your skin does look practically airbrushed (I have to apply concealer after because my skin has acne scaring).
pharm_chick pharm_chick 6 years
id get this if i was into blending sponges, but i prefer my fingers
emalove emalove 6 years
I'm all set with blending sponges...they just seem like bacteria traps to me.
Beauty Beauty 6 years
Sorry hyzenthlay! Fixed.
Beauty Beauty 6 years
Sorry hyzenthlay! Fixed.
laly729 laly729 6 years
lovely
laly729 laly729 6 years
lovely
hyzenthlay20 hyzenthlay20 6 years
Oh my gosh, that's me! Except it's hyzenthlay with a "z" not an "s" :)Mine cleans up just fine . . . I use a drop of baby shampoo right away and then set it on top of the container it came in to dry out. I've used it for three days now, and I love it more each day!
hyzenthlay20 hyzenthlay20 6 years
Oh my gosh, that's me! Except it's hyzenthlay with a "z" not an "s" :) Mine cleans up just fine . . . I use a drop of baby shampoo right away and then set it on top of the container it came in to dry out. I've used it for three days now, and I love it more each day!
ARMakeup ARMakeup 6 years
These sponges should probably be tossed after a couple of months. Sonia Kashuk certainly has a leg up on the sponge designers, i.e. Laura Mercier. No matter how many times you clean them, I would only recommend using one per face, no double-dipping with sponges! Apply makeup with brushes, blend with your fingers, q-tips for messes. I normally airbrush for clients but I only use a sponge to apply tinted moisturizer daily.
aimeeb aimeeb 6 years
How well does it clean?
aimeeb aimeeb 6 years
How well does it clean?
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