These are boots own soft cosmetic sponge wedges which are also latex free, and there is eight in a pack for the grand price of just £2.50! Now i did originally pick these up to try ombre nail varnish which i have still not got round to but that's a different matter. But thought I'd try it as a far cheaper alternative to the beauty blender and it worked....Amazingly!
This is now the only way i put on my liquid foundation and is so easy to achieve flawless results. Just run one of these under water i like to use warm and squeeze whilst doing so, I find this helps the sponge to absorb the water faster. It will double in size and then just squeeze all the water out of it, I then like to rub it in a towel so its only slightly damp. Then dot the foundation of your choice on your face i like to do 2 on my forehead, 1 on my nose and chin, 1 on my cheek bone and one on my cheek, this is just how i personally do it it makes no difference how many dots you put where, but do try to dot it evenly otherwise you may end up with uneven coverage. Then just simply use the rounded end to blend the foundation out and the pointed end for around the nose and eyes, and that's it you should have flawless even foundation in no time.
As you can see two from my pack has gone 1 of which i gave to my friend to try out and one I'm using at the moment and have been for a few weeks now. Best of it is when your sponge looks like it needs to be thrown out you'll have another one there and when you do finally run out it's only going to cost £2.50 for eight instead of £26 for two or £56 for a pack of six if you choose the beauty blender, now i know which one I'd rather!
I hope you find this as amazing as i do and leave me a little comment or maybe you have a better way to apply foundation if so please feel free to share. Or do you simply think the beauty blender is worth it? x