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12 Ways You're Using Your Beautyblender Totally Wrong

12 Ways You're Using Your Beautyblender Totally Wrong

The Beautyblender isn't your grandmother's makeup sponge. There's a reason professional and YouTube makeup artists keep more than one in their kits at all times. Since the brand launched over 10 years ago (and it's available now from Sephora online!), it has become an insider favourite and created a new category of edgeless sponge applicators (with plenty of knockoffs available).

The main question we get when someone sees us with the pink egg: "Is it worth the money?" Yes. The Beautyblender will cost you $35 (which is about 311 more dollars than the cheap triangle versions at the drugstore). But you'll get a dewy, airbrushed finish you can't achieve with brushes alone.

There are a few things you need to know before you run out and buy one. Consider this your Beautyblender owner's manual straight from the product creator, Rea Ann Silva. Avoid these 12 mistakes to keep you from getting mould, tears, or stains in your prized beauty tool.

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