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beautyblender two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg

What it is: A set containing two original edgeless, non-disposable, high-definition cosmetic sponges and a bottle of blendercleanser&reg. What it does: The unique shape and exclusive material available only with beautyblender&reg ensures impeccable, streak-free application with minimum product waste. Use it with primers, foundations, powders, cream blushes, and any other complexion product. Blendercleanser&reg supports the integrity of the beautyblender as it removes excess residue and germs for a clean makeup application. The cleanser’s soothing soy-based, low-suds formula breaks down rapidly making it earth-friendly, while the light lavender scent makes it fun to use. This set contains: - 2 x Beautyblender sponges in pink - 5 oz Blendercleanser liquid What else you need to know: Beautyblender features an open cell structure that fills with small amounts of water when wet. This allows the sponge to be “full” so that the makeup product sits on top of the sponge rather than being absorbed, allowing you to use less product every time. When wet, beautyblender doubles in size and becomes even softer, returning to its original size when it air dries. Handcrafted in the USA.
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Questions & Answers for beautyblender two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg

Question
Use with powder make-up
Doesn't look like it would work with powder make up, has anyone tried it?

My makeup regime starts with a light foundation on specific areas (under eye and around my nose etc) to even out my skin tone, which is followed by a press powder applied with a brush, topped off with an application of a mineral powder. Although that has served me well, I need to reapply the powder after a few hours to keep it looking fresh, and I have the same issue with liquid foundation. However, I figure if the liquid foundation is blended better (which is what this tool supposedly does), it might not need periodic reapplications. Suggestions?
asked 5 years, 11 months ago
Anonymous
(San Francisco, CA)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
11 answers
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answer 1
check out my review I just left. I find this product to really buff the liquid foundation into my skin so much better then any fancy mac brush or my finger ever did. I follow up with a powder over my t-zone just to set everything and avoid shine - but it really does cover up my pores and provide an even finish so much nicer then anything i have tried. I really recommend you try it! Just make sure to use the powder after you apply your foundation with this - you cannot apply powder with this product.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
emilianac
(Philadelphia, PA)
answer 2
this product works amazing with pressed powder. you know how sometimes you can see that powder just sitting on your skin? not with this sponge! it goes where it needs to go and stays put...no cakey look (whether you wear a lot of makeup or a little) it all looks beautiful.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
krystlejean
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 3
Yes I've used it with powder and it really just depends on what your going for. I love it for eye shadow it concentrates the shadow but blends it very nicely on the eye also great for blush. I've used it for powder foundation and have gotten mixed results, I think each brand is different so you should try it out. I really believe that this is a must have product. I love it!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
leah6624
(Moultonborough, NH)
answer 4
I've tried it with MAC powder foundation and it does a lovely job. Enkore (Koren Zander) on YouTube has a video of him using it with mineral makeup. He seems to like it!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kds71
(Waterbury, CT)
answer 5
I have used this sponge for powder blush. It has worked well when I damped the sponge and stipple it in well...However, I do think that this works better with liquid makeup.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
lumina1
(Boston, MA)
answer 6
Yes, I used it with Bareminerals and it worked fairly good. It works much better with liquid foundation and concealers.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
IceMe
(Phoenix, Arizona)
answer 7
You can absolutely use the beautyblenders to apply loose mineral powder -- wet the sponge as you normally would with a liquid foundation, and then "bounce" the powder all over your face.
But, you should know that you will wind up with a heavy coverage. If that is how you prefer to wear your mineral powder, then the beautyblenders will work great for you. But, for me -- who prefers a more sheer coverage -- I prefer to use a powder brush. Sephora's new I.T. Round Powder Brush is GREAT!
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
paigemarin
(SF Bay Area)
answer 8
Absolutely it works with powder makeup - I use these for my BareMinerals, eye shadow, blush, whatever! It works with whatever you want and rinses out so easily each day. I don't use the cleanser each day, but I do give my BB a quick rinse every day.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
sharimurphy
(Green Bay, WI)
answer 9
I bought this originally for liquid foundation, but decided to give it a go with my Bare Escentuals foundation. I bought a liquid foundation that would last a little longer in hot Oklahoma summers, but I prefer my mineral makeup. First thing I do as I'm getting ready is do as directed and wet the sponge and use a towel to remove the excess water. Then it's just right when I'm ready to put on my makeup. I use it for concealer and foundation. The nice thing is, the sponge holds the makeup better than a brush so you don't waste any at all and you can actually use less. I tap just a little in the cap and then dab it on as directed. The stippling effect it mentions. When I'm satisfied with the application, I go ahead and go over it once with the kabuki brush and a little BE foundation. Then set it with loose powder. It works like a charm for me and the finish is flawless. I love it! And it stays on all day!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
shanana
(Atoka, OK)
answer 10
I bought this & tried it with my powder minerals, and hated it--I tried it dry & wet. I ended us selling it to my friend who uses it with liquid product-and absolutely swears by it!
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
tatazene
(Delaware, Ohio)
answer 11
You can definitely use powder makeup with the beautyblender. I use the beautyblender with Bare Escentuals and Lancome Dual Finish. My mother uses it with her Estee Lauder foundation and loves the finish. I think as long as you finish your makeup with a powder, it'll set your makeup and should hopefully eliminate the need to reapply throughout the day. I use the beauty blender with my Lancome pressed powder and it works wonderful.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
southtxsephora
(Corpus Christi, TX)
Question
does this come with the little bag you can wash them in?
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
nikup
(Boston, Ma)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
11 answers
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answer 1
No, just use your hands. Make sure to rinse well.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
stephriebindo
(Rice Lake, WI)
answer 2
NO - I wash mine in the sink with my hands. Be careful not to tear with your fingernails. It's very simple to clean. I dampen my sponge, use a squirt of cleanser, let it set for a few minutes, and run it under warm water - sqeezing it repeatedly. Sometimes if its really dirty, like after using a gel bronzer I will add a facial wash and clean again.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
rginindy
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 3
No. The beauty blender is normally washed by hand. They normally recommend you wash it after you use it, but I heard of some people washing them later in the day. Just soap and water from the tap.
answered 4 years ago
littlagirl
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 4
Nope! Just the cleanser, which is easy to use and non-messy.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kds71
(Waterbury, CT)
answer 5
No, it didn't come with any bag. I just wash it in the bathroom sink with the cleanser and water...came out fine!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
lumina1
(Boston, MA)
answer 6
no, it comes in a circular plastic tube including two small egg shaped sponges (grow bigger when dampened) and the cleanser. The cleanser has a round, dipped top that you press down to dispense. It has a gel consistency so I normally wipe it onto a wet sponge. It will suds up pretty well to clean through. The packing suggests holding on to the plastic container as it has a platform you can set your beautyblender on to dry.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
heysailor
(Chattanooga,TN)
answer 7
No, It comes with a "pedestal", basically a piece of packaging plastic that you dry them on after you hand wash them.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
IceMe
(Phoenix, Arizona)
answer 8
No. It is very easy to just pump some cleanser out, put it on the sponge, and suds it up.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
tomuchmakeup
(Elk Grove, CA)
answer 9
You don't need a little bag. Just squeeze them out under running water and blot in a towel and let them dry overnight. I use the cleanser about once a week or when I seem to have a lot of makeup on it.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
sharimurphy
(Green Bay, WI)
answer 10
Nope no bag. Just apply the cleaner directly to the blender and massage it. I like to add the cleaner and do the stress ball technique and continuing that under the water then repeat it again.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
bekahsometimes
(Oklahoma City, Ok)
answer 11
No, you just wet the sponge, put the sponge on the cleanser and press on it, then rinse it and squeeze it. It does come with a little sponge stand to sit your beautyblender on to dry out.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
floof
(Southern California)
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Does the BeautyBlender Duo Set come with 2 "normal" sized sponges, or are they smaller than sponges bought individually? And cleanser is the 6 oz?
asked 4 years, 9 months ago
Anonymous
(Los Angeles, CA)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
11 answers
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answer 1
They are "normal" or full size sponges. Beautyblender grows to 2xs it size when you soak it in water to prep for use - perhaps the larger size you saw in a beautyblender was one that was saturated.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
cocodaniel
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 2
they are normal sized. they come looking small but when you put them in water they expand
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
leah6624
(Moultonborough, NH)
answer 3
The cleanser is 5 oz. But it has a feature that the larger one doesn't, it's a pump that is very convenient. The sponges are the same size. They look small when you get them but water puffs them right up!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
stephriebindo
(Rice Lake, WI)
answer 4
I brought the duo sponge set, so I'm not sure on the standard size of the sponge, but the cleanser that comes with this kit is 5 oz. Regarding the size, the sponges that comes in this kit is pretty big, especially when wet.
answered 4 years ago
littlagirl
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 5
Normal size. Actually, they're bigger than I expected!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kds71
(Waterbury, CT)
answer 6
The sponges are normal sized and it comes with a regular sized cleanser!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
lumina1
(Boston, MA)
answer 7
The sponges are normal sized (about the size of an avacado pit). This isn't like travel size. The products are good in size.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
IceMe
(Phoenix, Arizona)
answer 8
Not quite 100% sure what you are asking but the set comes with the same size sponges as if you were to buy the individual sponge or one sponge set. They are about twice the size of your standard triangular white makeup sponge when dry and then expand when wet.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
tomuchmakeup
(Elk Grove, CA)
answer 9
They are regular size. When you wet them, they become twice as big.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
sharimurphy
(Green Bay, WI)
answer 10
Both the blenders are full size (they only come in one size about 2 inches high). And the cleaner is full size at 6oz.
I added a picture to try to show you about the size of the blender. I was curious about the size as well before i bought it. I know using gum to measure is odd but i wanted to show how tall it was at well. Hope this helps.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
bekahsometimes
(Oklahoma City, Ok)
answer 11
The sponges are normal size and the cleaner is 5 oz
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
missnjgal
(Trenton, NJ)
Question
How long does a sponge last?
If cleansing properly and using on a daily basis, any idea of a general length of time it should last?
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
linda1228
(Burlington, ON)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
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answer 1
I'm not sure but it says after every three months they recommend you send it to the company to recycle it and buy another one.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
prettygeek18
(NY)
answer 2
It says three months but, I think if you cleaned it gently and hung it to dry, it might last a little longer. Remember when you're done to send it back to manufactuer and they will recycle it!
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
stephriebindo
(Rice Lake, WI)
answer 3
It should last around three months. Once you're done with it, there's an address on the packaging that tells you where to mail it so the company can recycle it. Hope this helps.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
kiwamoto
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 4
I would say.... 2 + Months
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
rginindy
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 5
They say 3-6 months. You'll be able to tell when you need to replace it (the sponge will begin to look torn).
answered 4 years ago
KayBee
(Philadelphia, Pa)
answer 6
Your beauty blender should last 3 months with proper cleaning. When you're done with it send it toan address on www.beautyblender.net for recycling purposes.
answered 4 years ago
neecee210
(San Antonio)
answer 7
The box states it should last about 3 months, but others on the web said with everyday use, theirs lasted longer than 3 months.
answered 4 years ago
littlagirl
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 8
It says 3 months for each sponge and I assume that to be daily use so about 90 uses I would expect to get out of these? Haven't fully used one to know for sure.
answered 4 years ago
tattoncr
(Campbell River, BC)
answer 9
The packaging says 3 months. I think you could get more or less use than this, depending on how you treat it. I think i'm going to get less than 3 months use out of mine.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
itscarin
(Boston, MA)
answer 10
I would think it would last 3-6 mos. I've only had mine a few weeks but it's not showing any signs of wear.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kds71
(Waterbury, CT)
answer 11
Mine lasted about 4 - 5 months...I found that it broke apart easily, even though it was properly cared for...I definitely overused it more than I should have! Should last you a little longer than the regular three months they recommend if you take care of it! However, you should replace it often for hygienic reasons.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
lumina1
(Boston, MA)
Question
Pink water
When I wash my beautyblender in ( cold and warm) water, pink water comes out. Does this happen to anybody else? Cuz I'm wondering.. where would all that pink dye go???
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
jm0310
(San Francisco, CA)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
11 answers
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answer 1
Yes my blender also bleed pink dye after washing it on the second try. And the foundation is still in the blender.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
victoria01
(Louisiana)
answer 2
I have the same thing happen to me. Its weird because I have used them for years and I am not noticing this pink dye. Makes me wonder if they have changed something
answered 3 years ago
Patriciaso
(Lancaster, PA)
answer 3
Yes it happens all the time. It's the one thing that I dislike about them and will be switching to the Pure version (colorless) the next time I order them. Sephora doesn't offer them, but I saw them on the beautyblender website.
answered 3 years ago
cat182
(Boston, MA)
answer 4
I have had the same experience with the pink water. Once you rinse them a few times, the problem seems to go away.
answered 3 years ago
nwgal
(Seattle, WA)
answer 5
When cleaning my beautyblender with blender cleanser, I also noticed a lot of pink dye running down the drain. Check out http://www.beautyblender.net/pure.html, as beautyblender now offers, "Pure," a white beautyblender free of dyes. There is also, "Solid," which is a travel friendly cleanser for the beautyblender, and "air.port," a mesh pouch that holds the beautyblender and allows it to dry. The beautyblender website offers a "Pure Kit" featuring the white blender, solid cleanser, and air.port to hold both the blender and cleanser, for $49.95. It seems that the "Pure" blender and the solid cleanser are not being offered individually right now.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
colby45
(Novi, MI)
answer 6
This happens to me too - probably just the dye washing out (if you're a red head or have ever been one seems similar to that issue!)...mine turns light pink over time.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
greekglamgirl
answer 7
Mine did the same thing the first couple of washes..then it stopped..it was kinda weird at first :)
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
famousface
(Waddell,AZ)
answer 8
Mine has never done that, but I have heard that over time the dye does come out. It's no biggie, though.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
2cute
(Saint Petersburg, FL)
answer 9
Yes, but only the first couple of times of washing it.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
rginindy
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 10
Yes, but it seems to reduce in color after each use.
It doesn't seem to affect color of my make-up.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
annbeck
(appleton wi)
answer 11
that doesn't happen with mine at all.. maybe you have used too harsh of a cleanser on it? i use the beauty blender cleanser, work it into a light foam and rinse with luke warm water. the foam turns a little dark from the foundation but no pink comes out.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
aubreyhannah
(Rochester, NY)
Question
Work with Mac Studio Tech?
I use MAC Studio Tech foundation. has anyone used the beauty blender with this product? Does it work just as well with cream foundations? Thanks!
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
kim246
(Charleston, SC)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
9 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use the same foundation, and it works great!
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
shaunna
(Leesburg, GA)
answer 2
I use this with my Studio Fix powder foundation, concealer, and moisturizer. I think it would work great with a cream foundation.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
tdm72
(Tulsa, OK)
answer 3
I would guess so since I have used it with my cream blush.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
2cute
(Saint Petersburg, FL)
answer 4
I use the sponge with MAC Full Coverage Foundation which is similar in texture to MAC Studio Tech. I used to use MAC Studio Tech so I know. I use the round end of the damp sponge and stamp it into the compact then stamp it on my face. Use the pointy end for around the eyes and nose area.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
equus18
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 5
I haven't used it with mac, but i've used it with a few other brands and it works amazingingly giving the skin an extra dewey glow
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
leah6624
(Moultonborough, NH)
answer 6
I think it would be great with that foundations -- I use it with Bobbi Brown's stick foundation
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
bobalou
(Cape Cod, MA)
answer 7
I used it with CoverFX ConcealFX and it was pretty easy to use and to get close in the corners. Just don't apply too much or it looks like sponge painting with the dabbing technique.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
lindsey719
(new jersey)
answer 8
I have used BB with MAC Full Cover foundation - works like a charm!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
rginindy
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 9
Hi there! I've used it with Studio Tech and it works wonderfully. Even smoother than buffing it in with a flat-top. No caking around my nose. Still looks good several hours later.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
kds71
(Waterbury, CT)
Question
How is this different from a regular sponge?
I'm really happy with the red Sephora makeup sponge -- doesn't soak up too much foundation and gives natural coverage -- but I'm terrible at keeping them clean, which is why I've had my eye on the beautyblender. But is it really THAT much different? For the price difference, I could get a new Sephora sponge every few weeks and come out even.
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
(San Francisco, CA)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
6 answers
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answer 1
I was skeptical, too, until I got one! The sponges I switched from felt "heavier" - maybe they have more latex in them - but the beautyblender is lightweigh. It's *just* porous enough to hold your makeup on the surface and doesn't soak in a lot of excess, probably because you dampen the sponge before putting your makeup on it! I've never tried running my old sponges under water and applying my makeup...but I don't imagine it would go very well. The round side is great for all-over coverage and the pointed end lets you apply with more precision. Cleaning the beautyblender is much easier and quicker than other sponges (which I usually just threw away after a while!) so you can do it more frequently if you like a clean sponge every time! I HIGHLY recommend this, even if you just get the single sponge and not the whole kit (though the cleanser is amazing).
answered 6 months ago
DahliaDear
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 2
Although the directions say to clean the beauty blender daily, I think it's worth the purchase price. I find that I don't need to use as much foundation which saves me money all around.
answered 7 months ago
lightgirlheals
(Hartford, CT)
answer 3
Personally, I didn't see enough of a difference to justify the high cost.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
prettyprincess9
(Washington, DC)
answer 4
The beautyblender is way different than any other sponge. I used to have the yellow Sephora sponge because I didn't want to fork out $40 for sponges. Comparing the two, the beautyblender is much softer and easier to clean. The Sephora sponge felt like rubber and didn't pick up or apply coverage the way the beauty blender does. The cleanser that comes with the set is great and i would suggest buying it because it will last such a long time. The sponges also last long, I've been using mine for over 3 months now and it still feels and looks new because I clean it often. If you purchase the beautyblender and don't like it (doubt you won't) Sephora's return program is amazing!
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
Kasey428
(Fort Lauderdale, FL)
answer 5
I think the BB sponge is better. It's easy to clean, especially with the dedicated cleanser that's available in a package that includes 2Bb sponges.

Like you, I've used cheaper sponges and considered them adequate. After using the BB sponge, however, I can honestly say they're worth it. But I clean mine.

So, if you're a "use and discard" sponge user, the cheaper products may be more to your liking.

Good luck!
answered 2 years ago
galehf
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
answer 6
In my opinion it is worth the money. I thought it was pricey, but am pleasantly surprised that in the long run...I will be saving money. The cleanser it comes with makes you want to clean it. It is so easy, takes a minute.
answered 2 years ago
stregaann
(Algonquin, IL)
Question
Does the applicator eat up a lot of your foundation?
Currently I use sponges to apply my laura mercier oil free tinted moisturizer. I cut them up into small, single-use sized applicators and toss them afterwards for sanitary reasons. I find using a brush applies a heavier coverage than I like, and using my fingers is uneven and streaky. The only thing I don't like about my current sponge situation is how much makeup it sucks up. This is probably unavoidable, but I was just curious as to wether the beauty blender might be a good solution for me.
asked 2 years, 2 months ago
Tiane
(Toronto, ON)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
6 answers
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answer 1
In my experience, the beauty blender is great because as long as you use it properly (a little wet) and keep it clean/replace it when needed, there is little to no product absorption.
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
BeautyBought
answer 2
oooo Good question. I wondered that myself. It does not - I actually find I need less foundation when I use the blender!
answered 7 months ago
lightgirlheals
(Hartford, CT)
answer 3
it is a sponge (obviously), so it will soak up a little bit. but brushes soak a little up too! if you like a thin coverage, the beauty blender is perfect because you can control the coverage yourself very easily. the first time i used it i actually used less than i normally use with my brushes. i'd say it's verryyy worth it, especially sense you already prefer sponges.
answered 8 months ago
lonemisswolf
(Black Lake, LA)
answer 4
I have not noticed that I use more foundation when using this sponge. I usually use less. It is well worth the purchase.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
jiffer
answer 5
I don't find that it sucks up too much product. But I find that instead of dipping the sponge into the product, I put cream or liquid foundation and dot it on my face and stipple/bounce the beauty blender on my face saves some product. Hope this helps.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
miloberry
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 6
It's recommended that you wet the beautyblender and squeeze out the excess water prior to use. The damp sponge allows for easy blending and soaks up little to no product. I find that I use less foundation compared to a brush.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
chynuh
(Tampa, FL)
Question
Cleaning
I am not sure how often to clean the sponge. Should I be cleaning it daily? And if so, with just water and then use the cleanser like once a week? Thanks!
asked 8 months ago
javtml
(Ontario)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I usually clean it once per day...that way, makeup stains come off pretty easily.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
1shopaholic4u
(Palos Verdes Estates, CA)
answer 2
Im not sure if this is correct but its how I clean my beauty blenders,
I squeeze it under running water a few times and then put one or two pumps of the cleanser on it. Then i squeeze and massage the sponge and rinse it out. that usually leaves them feeling pretty clean to me. Also I do this whenever i feel they need to be washed- could be back to back or sometimes only once or twice a week.
I hope this was helpful! :)
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
BeautyBought
answer 3
I've been cleansing after every second or third use - all the makeup comes off without much scrubbing!

These cleaning steps have worked well for me: 1) Pump a generous amount of cleanser onto the sponge (either use the sponge to pump or your finger to put cleanser in the concave area around the spout). 2) Rub the sponge on the palm of your hand until you can see/feel the cleanser starting to lather, like you would with soap on a washcloth. 3) Under cool water, alternate rubbing the sponge in the palm of your hand and squeezing it to get the makeup out. 4) Repeat until it looks clean, rinse out any remaining cleanser, squeeze out any excess water, and then let air dry.

Hope that helps!
answered 6 months ago
DahliaDear
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 4
The instructions say to clean it daily with the cleanser.
answered 7 months ago
lightgirlheals
(Hartford, CT)
answer 5
I would wash it after a couple of uses or once a week. I noticed when I don't wash mine regularly I tend to break out.
answered 8 months ago
tkprince
(Durand, WI)
answer 6
I wash mine daily, it won't hurt it.
answered 8 months ago
tracycc
(raleigh, nc)
Question
Size?
Are the two beauty blenders big or small? Because I went into a sephora store and they a very small one for $26ish CAN, around there.
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
gungeet
(Vancouver, BC)
on two original beautyblenders&reg & liquid blendercleanser&reg
5 answers
Answers
answer 1
The directions say to add water to them, squeeze them out, towel dry it - and it becomes the perfect size in my opinion!
answered 7 months ago
lightgirlheals
(Hartford, CT)
answer 2
Sponges in the two-pack are a bit smaller than the solo version. While they are smaller, keep in mind they do expand when wet. For the value, I would recommend getting the two-pack instead of the larger sponge.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
prettyprincess9
(Washington, DC)
answer 3
It expands when you soak it in water and squeeze out the excess.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
nathalie2
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 4
When fully plumped up (but wetting) it is rather large--prob. the size of my palm.
answered 2 years ago
arrina
(Oklahoma)
answer 5
They are small till you wet them...who knew! I wet mine in the bathroom then put it in a washclothe and squeeze the water out. The clothe helps to remove more water. Then when I'm finished I put the beautyblender in a small juice glass that I keep on my vanity. I hope this helped and you give it a try.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
lewiedel
(Virginia)
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