Hey dolls 🙂
I’m back with another review! A little late but I’m reviewing the Silisponge and that’s all that matters right now. I will however share something new with you again, later this month. So make sure you’re subscribed to my blog and YouTube channel to be the first to know when I drop new content.
Lets get straight into it, most of you who follow makeup trends and innovations would know by now. Since late last year the beauty internet has been booming with talks of the Silisponge. Those of you who are unfamiliar with this makeup tool. It’s a silicone based makeup applicator, transparent in appearance and it is used to ideally apply liquid and cream products to your skin. It was created by a Hong Kong based beauty brand called Molly Cosmetics and was soon brought to South Africa. I purchased mine from Swiitch Beauty on pre-order for R99.99 Here’s their link in case you’re interested in purchasing this tool https://swiitchbeauty.com/collections/beauty-tools/products/silibeautyblender-pre-order .
It caught the attention of makeup enthusiasts around the world for it’s noteworthy feature on absorbing zero product. Therefore using a lot less product and you know what that means, right?! You’ll be saving you $$$ on makeup. It’s very hygienic because it doesn’t hold onto germs or product like most makeup applicators. Many claim that it is better than the beauty blender, (from me) my beauty blender will for now remain my favourite go-to foundation/concealer applicator. The tool is great for applying and spreading product onto your face but I can use my fingers to do that, so? After blending the product using a tapping motion my foundation application seemed flawless but I still needed a brush or beauty blender to effectively blend in the product. I have not tried using powder based products but I would imagine that it might be difficult because the product won’t be able to hold onto the tool. But enough of all the talking, I’ve done a demonstration in the video below. Watch it and share your thoughts, please and thank you!
I’m out, bye for now.