B. Blending Sponge vs. Real Techniques Blender

It will never replace my fondness for the Real Techniques miracle complexion sponge, but Superdrug’s B. Blending Sponge certainly comes close.

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?!

Besides these two factors, the sponge is great at doing exactly what ‘it says on the tin’.

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.

Here’s a little look I created using the B. blender ^^^

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