What Else You Need to Know: These two sponges each have a unique shape for different blending needs. One sponge has a flat base and tapered tip for detailed application of blush and highlighter; the other sponge has a dual-ended shape for both all-over and precision coverage. The result is a smooth and filtered finish.
-Soak sponge with warm water and gentle squeeze out any excess.
-Use with any foundation, concealer, highlighter, or blush.
-Teardrop shape: Use the flat base to stipple formula onto the skin; use the sides to blend product; use the very tip to cover blemishes and other imperfections, and to help hide dark circles. It works great to highlight the brow bones and cupid's bow.
-Dual ended shape: Use the large end to apply base all-over the face; use the small end to help cover imperfections, under-eye circles, and other smaller blending needs.
-Rinse with warm water and a sponge cleaning soap. Let it dry in a cool, dry area.
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