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Beware of Fake Beauty Blenders!!! (oh, and a review)

Make sure you buy from trusted shops like Rustan’s or if you’re from out of the country, try locating an official retailer near you. There has been news that some online reputable multiply shops are selling fake beauty blenders just less than a couple of bucks and theyre fake.

Theyre packaged without a box and a sachet cleanser and only the sponge is sent. This is according to buddies at

A warning to everyone! If you want a cheaper alternative, get a Sonia Kashuk instead.

Oh, I forgot to mention how I love my beauty blender!!!

bounce bounce bounce its as chubby as my cheeks teehee

Here’s a picture of half side with foundation using beauty blender using chanel teint innocence (my HG? I hope so, review coming soon too). I apply it using the stipple bouncy motion, using the smaller side for my undereyes and such. I like how it makes skin look airbrushed and flawless. It’s perfect since I’ve been breaking out a lot for the past few days (Oh I hope its not because of teint innocence šŸ™ )

My only wish for this is, I hope they make it more, travel-friendly. Like for working gals like me who sometimes does their makeup at the office or in the car it would be nice if they had a small carrying case.
That’s why I only use this on weekends hehe and fingers during work days.

How about you guys? What brush or tool do you use for your foundation? Fingers? Brush? Sponge? Beauty Blender?

Guess which?