Attention all makeup fans! The creators of the world’s first makeup sponge, Real Techniques, have released an exciting addition to their best-selling blender collection. Introducing the Real Techniques Sponge+ Miracle Airblend Sponge, a makeup tool that helps to build matte coverage and seamlessly blend liquid makeup into your skin. Read on to find out how you can take your look to the next level with this sponge…
The Most Important Thing About This Makeup Sponge Is…
Formulated with innovative memory foam technology, the Miracle Airblend Sponge features the iconic Real Techniques 3-point shape, but its point of difference is that it hugs the surface of the skin for seamless makeup application with a natural-looking finish. Compatible with foundations, concealers and colour correctors, Airblend works to mattify the skin for a shine-free finish, as well as offering medium to full coverage application.
What’s Special About The Design?
The Real Techniques’ Airblend Sponge quite literally does it all! Whether you’re applying full coverage foundation across the face or you require precise control, each unique side of this 3-point sponge assists your makeup application. As an added bonus, the Miracle Sponge can be used both damp or dry, making it a must-have for the festival season.
You Will Love This If…
If you’re suffering with uneven skin tone and texture, this Real Techniques Sponge has a skin-smoothing design that will be right up your street; the innovative design works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and imperfections to achieve a radiant, streak-free finish. Plus, the sponge is dermatologist-tested and suitable for all skin types, so everyone can enhance their makeup coverage for a long-lasting look, thanks to Real Techniques Airblend.
What Does It Feel Like?
The clue is in the name: Airblend. This sponge has a dreamy, soft cloud-like texture that melts into the skin’s crevices for flawlessly even coverage.
How Do You Use The Product?
For the best results, use the flat edge of the Miracle Sponge to apply your product first, and then use the precision tip to conceal. Finish off your look by blending it out with the round side.