Beauty Blender: Five hacks to fall in love

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Beauty Blender: Five hacks to fall in love

All makeup enthusiasts' best buddy is the beauty blender

Beauty Blender: Five hacks to fall in love

All makeup enthusiasts' best buddy is the beauty blender. Beauty blenders come in a variety of colours, including baby pink, white, and purple, and are ideal for achieving a flawless makeup finish. It's highly adaptable and can be used on all occasions. These tiny teardrop-shaped cosmetic blenders can be used to apply foundation, concealer, and other skincare products. These little sponges can assist you to get a flawless appearance on your face.

A cosmetic sponge is without a doubt the most versatile item in our makeup bag, and it always delivers a flawless airbrushed look. Here are five of our favourite beauty blender hacks:

Get rid of your droopy eyes!
Getting up with puffy eyes is common, and it usually occurs when you haven't had enough sleep. In that scenario, gently massage your beauty blender beneath your eyes after soaking it in cold water. This simple tip can help you get rid of puffiness.
Trim it by half!
If your beauty blender is looking worn out, cut it in half with a regular pair of scissors to give it a new lease on life. This will result in a flat edge that is ideal for applying powder.

Blot the excess oil!
If you don't have any blotting paper on hand and your skin is looking greasy, use a beauty blender to blot the oil away. Simply rub the sponge against your skin to absorb the oil immediately! Just make sure to clean your beauty blender afterwards to avoid transferring bacteria and sebum back onto your skin the next time you use it.

Soothe the irritated skin!
If you have dry, flaky skin, use a beauty blender and a drop of oil to smooth it out. Apply one drop of any facial oil to your makeup sponge and use a beauty blender to gently massage it into your skin in small circular motions. While the blender carefully removes any flakes, the oil will hydrate and smooth.

Make your own Ombre Nails!
Select three colours for your design and apply a tiny layer of each polish on the sponge in a row. Then dab the shades on your nails fast to give a lovely gradient effect.