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Beauty blending my heart

I don’t use makeup, but I still love beauty blenders. Unless your name is Bob Ross, you can’t brush my face, but anyone can put a mushy foam egg to my face and I will eat that up.

Brushes are old hat. You aren’t decorating a shed, put down the DIY tools. Your face deserves better. It deserves a piece of tan foam that does the same task without fraying, splaying or itching.

You can coat every surface of it with the makeup of your choice, not just the one bit. It’s freeing, something that can change your very being, not just your makeup routine. You could even use them as a colour chart. Match your face to the blender, then match your makeup to the blender.

No more running through Jarrolds’ cosmetics department testing so many different foundations on your skin that you end up having a full patchwork coat. Delicate, versatile and soft, the beauty blender is the Bob Ross of makeup tools.


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02/12/2018

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