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How to use Beauty Bender?

How to use Beauty Bender?

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Wet

Many people are surprised to find that the Beautyblender is meant to be used when wet. Before each use, run it under your faucet until it’s fully soaked. You’ll notice that your Beautyblender will almost double in size. This is supposed to happen! The special London Pride Cosmetics Micro Velvet material in the blender absorbs the water instead of absorbing your product–leaving more of it on your skin without getting soaked up by your sponge.

Squeeze

Once your Beautyblender is fully saturated, it’s time to squeeze it out. The goal is to apply your makeup with a damp blender, so you’ll want to wring out all of the excess water. Your Beautyblender should then be at the ideal size and dampness to start dipping into your product. You can rest assured knowing that you’re not wasting product since it’s simply bouncing off of your sponge without getting soaked into it.

Bounce

Now for the fun part: the bounce. Bounce powder or liquid foundation, bb cream, or concealer across your skin for a flawless finish. Pro tip: we don’t recommend dragging the blender across your face.

Swiping a Beautyblender over your skin is just moving product around instead of properly laying it on. Bouncing creates a uniform, seamless coverage without streaks and lines. Bounce the pointed tip in hard to reach areas like under the eyes and nose and bounce the wider end on larger surfaces like your cheeks, chin and forehead.

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