Easy to use must have tools to fix everyday beauty needs, leaving you pampered and preened to perfection.
This Sue Moxley Pro Tools Latex Cosmetic Sponge is perfect for the professional application or blending of a variety of cosmetics for a flawless finish.
Apply a small amount of liquid foundation to the back of hand, dab with sponge and smooth over face. Use the tip to cover hard to reach places, such as the corners of your eyes and the creases next to your nose. For cream or powder foundation, sweep across surface of compact and apply to face.
After use, wash sponge in warm water, (do not exceed 35°C) using a mild detergent . Rinse well and allow to dry naturally.
Sue's beauty tips
Cosmetic sponge: How to use correctly
1. Start by applying moisturiser to cleansed skin, this will help with even application of your foundation. A rich moisturiser can be used for dry skin and an oil free moisturiser should be used if you have oily patches, allow the moisturiser a few minutes to sink in.
2. Apply dots of foundation all over the face and blend carefully with the Sue Moxley sponge or foundation brush. Blend carefully around the nose areas and hairline and always bring the foundation under the jaw line and down the neck to make sure there is no obvious line (one of the biggest beauty mistakes is to stop foundation at the jaw)
3. Now take your under eye concealer, preferably a light diffusing product, dot carefully where there are any dark shadows. Blend carefully with a Sue Moxley concealer brush.
4. Next take your thicker concealer and dot on to any spots or imperfections that need extra coverage, make sure the concealer is the same colour as your foundation or even slightly lighter, but never darker as this will make the spot look worse, blend carefully.
5. Dip your powder brush into some loose powder and press on to the whole of the face. Do not rub or brush at this point, press down, this sets the foundation and doesn't move it, which may happen if you brush. Make sure not to forget your neck, as this will also help to avoid foundation marks on your clothes. Use sparingly around the eye area, as too much can accentuate fine lines, don't be afraid to add some on your lids, this will help with even application of eyeshadow.
6. Now it's time to brush away any excess powder with the powder brush.