Since purchasing my very first Beauty Blender well over a year ago, it’s been my holy grail for foundation and concealer application. The Original Beauty Blenders come in an array of colours, and also now sizes, with the release of the Beauty Blender minis in 2015. My favourite of them all is the Beauty Blender Pro, which I use as much as I can as I find it quicker to blend my foundation for a flawlessfinish. Now with a small collection of them, I find it so important to keep them clean as I want them to last, and I don’t want to use a sponge on my face that could cause breakouts. This tutorial today will be showing you the before and after cleansing of the Pink Beauty Blender, which is one many purchase first – as I did. My favourite cleaning solution for the blenders is, by far, the Beauty Blender Blendercleanser Solid, which you can purchase from Beauty Bay for £14, linked here.
Blendercleanser Solid is a travel friendly cleansing solution for your sponges, which is free of dyes and irritants making it quick and fun to use. The cleanser leaves your blender hygienic, fresh and cleansed for long-wearing, continuous usage.
Simply wet your sponge under running water until wet all the way through.
Work your sponge into the Blendercleanser Solid creating a foamy lather.
Be slow and gentle with this step, as you don’t want to break your sponge. Massage the cleanser into the sponge and you’ll see residue starting to form and come out of the sponge.
After massaging and the foam runs clear, run your sponge under running water until clean. If your blender is super clogged up then just repeat the steps until your sponge is clean of any dirt. Also rinse the Blendercleanser Solid to remove any dirt, and put it back into the pot.
I leave my sponges to dry off on top of the case it comes in, alternatively lay on a flat dry surface.
It’s honestly so simpleand quick, and without this product I’d be lost! I usually clean my sponges after every 2-3 times of use, but you can clean as often as you wish.
Want to see how I clean my makeup brushes? Click here.
What method do you use for cleaning your make up applicators?