Blend, buff and build with Mirabella's Precision Pro Makeup Sponge that provides flawless coverage from every angle.
3 Unique Sides:
• Precision Tip: Target application, like spot-correcting with concealer
• Flat Surface: Controlled foundation application and blending
• Rounded Side: Diffusing and Reducing shine with loose powders
Sure, you've been told by every beauty blogger, influencer, and professional makeup artist that a makeup blender sponge is a must-have for your makeup bag. Still, Team Mirabella is giving you a closer look at this versatile makeup tool and the different ways it can be used in your everyday makeup routine.
The application and blending of foundation and concealer products is arguably the most widely known use for a makeup sponge. A makeup sponge with unique sides, like Mirabella's new Precision Pro Makeup Sponge, allows for more accessible application in hard-to-reach or awkward areas, like the corners of the nose, under-eye area, and around the lips. Additionally, when wet, these blenders mimic pores and create a flawless application on the skin.
Skincare Product Application
While most beauty enthusiasts do not think to use a blender sponge to apply skincare products, like moisturizers and serums, this tool is perfect for these applications for various reasons. First, the product does not absorb into the sponge and instead presses gently into the skin for a more even application with less product waste. Additionally, for a natural glow after makeup application, a serum or oil can be used on the tip of the blender and worked into the high points of the face - cheekbones, brow bones, bridge of the nose, and cupid's bow.
Lock Makeup In Place with Powder
The use of a multi-surfaced sponge versus a powder brush to apply loose setting powders can be a gamechanger since these blenders can target smaller areas. Use a damp makeup sponge to press powders over concealer for an airbrushed finish.
Clean Up Lip Color
Often when applying a bold lipstick, we may notice an uneven application of color. The pointed tip of a Precision Pro Makeup Sponge can be used in conjunction with the Perfecting Concealer to clean up lip color application and create a flawless lip look.
Application of Cream Blushes/Highlights/Contours
Using a damp makeup sponge to apply cream makeup products to the cheeks and face is a sure proof to ensure seamless blending of the pigmented product with the ability to build color and achieve the desired result and look. Additionally, the precision tip of the sponge can be used to apply a highlighter to the inner corner of the eye, brow bone, bridge of the nose, and cupid's bow.