Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge Review


Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge ($9.99) I’ve been curious about the Beauty Blender, but I’m not willing to shell out $20. Can you imagine my excitement when I found a blending sponge for much less? I don’t know how Sonia Kashuk’s Blending Sponge compares to the Beauty Blender because I have never used the Beauty Blender.

I have to admit, I did notice a difference after using the blending sponge to apply my foundation compared to when I used a foundation brush to apply. The finish looked more natural and more blended. I would have to say it provided a flawless airbrushed finish. The sponge is firm and very easy to control and hold. You wet the sponge before using and bounce the sponge against your face to apply the foundation. The shape of the sponge allows you to reach all the nooks and crannies of your face. Even with all the raves, I have to mention I did notice the sponge absorbing quite a bit of liquid foundation. I wash the sponge after every use, and I’m not quite sure how long the sponge will last. Crossing my fingers it will last awhile because I do not want to have to constantly shell out $10 for a sponge.

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8 comments to Sonia Kashuk Blending Sponge Review

  • Lulu

    Hahaha oh man now that u actually like using this, I should go get it and try after all. I really like the baby blue color, more than the usual purple I’ve seen before. I’ll need to make sure to grab one of these or a BB soon then :p

  • I have the Beauty Blender and the Sonia Kashuk. For me it’s Beauty Blender all the way. It’s much softer, it lasts MUCH longer. My SK one pretty much disintegrated. I still have it in purple but I only use it if I can’t find my Beauty Blender.

  • I purchased the Sonia Kashuk, but I rarely use it. It’s neat, and I think it works ok.

  • I`ve read about the blending sponges but I`m not convinced about their effectiveness… I prefer using synthetic brushes.

  • Brushes ALL the way! too much build up and you can’t wash them as often as you want.

    • Audrey Dao

      i agree. i’m thinking of just sticking to brushes. those last much longer because in the end you’re going to have to throw away the sponge

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