B. Blending Sponge vs. Real Techniques Blender
One of the only negatives I can draw from the soft, egg-shaped sponge is that it doesn’t have the flat edge of the Real Techniques sponge – I particularly like to use this flat edge beneath the eyes. I also found that, when I decided to wash the B. sponge, the water turned pink – can this dye be good for the skin?!
Seamlessly blending foundation and concealer together, the sponge leaves no excess product on the skin. And at such a reasonable high street price, it really can’t be knocked.
Should you have a few more pounds to spare, I would always advise spending a little more to purchase the holy grail of sponges – the Real Techniques blender really does ‘come out on top’ at the end of the day.