If you have ever watched any of my get ready with me videos, then you know I use a beautyblender nearly every single day. What you probably don’t know is that I actually have a small stash of various beautyblenders. While the most common use is to apply or blend out foundation and concealer, each different beautyblender was made with different purposes in mind. In this video, I talk about my collection and what each beautyblender is used for.
Continue to watch the My beautyblender Collection video and learn more about my different beautyblenders!
- beautyblender original
- beautyblender pro
- beautyblender pure
- beautyblender micro-mini
- beautyblender blotterazzi
beautyblender original – The classic beautyblender. This one can be used for foundation, concealer, cream products… Anything really.
beautyblender pro – This beautyblender is helpful to use with long-wearing products because they tend to stain the classic beauty blender. It also works well to use to apply self tanning lotions and mouses to your face.
beautyblender pure – This beautyblender was created for those with sensitive skin who wanted to use a beautyblender that was free of any dyes. It is also great to use to apply skin care products to your face.
beautyblender micro-mini – This adorable little beautyblender is perfect for small areas of your face. Use it to blend out your under-eye concealer or to apply product to specific small spots (like to cover a blemish).
The beautyblender micro-mini is TINY compared to the full-size product. This is what makes it perfect for precise blending.
beautyblender blotterazzi – This is the latest addition to the beautyblender family. These thin sponges are meant to blot oil from your face without disturbing your makeup. They are also great to use for touch-ups during the day.
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Last Updated on April 8, 2016