One thing I’ve noticed on beauty blogs and reviews is that people say their blending sponge removes too much makeup. When using the JGOB blending sponge make sure that you wet it before use. Run it under your faucet and then squeeze it out completely for the most effective blending.
Featured below is the JGOB blending sponge. The best think about the JGOB sponge is that it comes with its own case. While this sponge removes slightly more makeup than I like, I’d still recommend it. It’s soft and non-porous. The tip of their sponge works really well at reaching around my nose and chin.
Target sells a pink blending sponge that I really like. It has a smoother finish and doesn’t remove as much makeup. Instead, Target’s sponge blends more smoothly. I already threw out the packaging. I believe Target’s version is branded Up & Up. Here’s a photo of it.
I also highly recommend Geoge’s Contouring Makeup Palette. Contouring is makeup technique that helps provide symmetry to your face. All over foundation techniques hide the natural highlights and shadows of your complexion. By using contouring you can highlight your focal points. JGOB’s sponge works really well with a cream palette. You can learn more about this contouring palette here.
Geoge’s Contouring Makeup Palette: