Miracle Sculpting Sponge – $16.99
Rather than just using any old or random shaped makeup sponge to apply your other makeup once your foundation is looking all smooth and flawless. You can use this very different and unique
looking sponge to apply things like highlighter and bronzer with more precision and control.
The curves and flat sides have their very own role to play on our pretty faces. The larger top end is
the perfect shape to get in there for contouring as it is slightly narrower than the orange base sponge
and I have found this works well to let you begin slowly with your basic contour lines by curving the
top end slightly to the top and then using the whole top end shape to buff and blend until I am
satisfied with my sculpting.
Turning the sponge around to the other end where it is smaller you’ll find it curved with a flat bottom.
This makes for controlled highlighting curbing the need to overdo it as it is so tempting to do with
those pretty hypnotising shimmers!
Like with any makeup sponge and when using either foundation, concealer, bronzer or highlighter,
this same tip can be done for all. Use slightly damp with product for a dewy complexion or
completely dry for a matte look.
Miracle Mini Eraser Sponge – $16.99
You don’t want to be fooled into dismissing these little sponges as nothing special because they might
just save the day when you get into a makeup mishap!
I love the fact that there are in face actually two of these instead of just one in the pack because it
means you have a spare if you need it and quite more often then not I need to use both!
This eraser sponges are actually clever little makeup correctors! If I happen to have shadow fall out,
mascara smudging or I’ve tried too hard to exert my inner Jolie and have overdrawn my lips into
looking more clown than wow, then I can use these to fix up my mistakes with a little swipe or pat
pat here and there.
Each curve and flat edge has it’s own little task. The flat side is great for erasing makeup mistakes or
mysterious makeup marks which has suddenly appeared. (Has anyone else ever sneezed immediately
after applying mascara?) Then there is the main round part of the sponge which makes up for about
90% of it which is a nice micro size for blending in those harder to reach and smaller areas of the face
like the eyes and nose. Finally the pointed tip which is said to sweep makeup. Personally I find the
tip works best at giving me a killer sharp outer wing whilst my eyeliner is still wet.
These sponges can also be used dry to pick up excess makeup like powder, eyeshadow, contour
creams and blush and use lightly damp in areas of your face you want for a dewy glow like cheeks
bones and cupids bow.