How to Use The Beauty Blender

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You have probably seen this pink egg shaped sponge all over beauty blogs and may even consider picking one up yourself. If you have made up your mind to invest some money into this miracle sponge, here are a 2 very important tips to remember! 

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Make sure to use the beauty blender wet! It will not work if you use it dry so wet it completely, squeeze out excess water into a towel before using! 

Use the stippling motion to press your foundation (or any other product!) into your skin! This technique will give you the most natural look without soaking up too much of your product! 

That's it! The Beauty Blender is super easy to use and you will love how your flawless your foundation will look with this sponge! Happy blending! 

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