Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge review

It's no secret that I love the Pixiwoo sisters, who are the owners of the Real Techniques brand. I already owned the Starter Set and I use those brushes daily. I think it's great they offer a wide range of affordable high quality brushes. The other day lookfantastic had a sale on the Real Techniques brushes. I ordered the Core Collection Kit (face) and the Miracle Complexion Sponge, their take on the immensely popular Beauty Blender. Today I'll review said sponge.




The Miracle Complexion Sponge does look a little different from the Beauty Blender, therefore it's not an exact dupe. I have never tried the Beauty Blender so I can't compare the two.
The first thing I noticed is the ergonomic shape, which makes it very easy to use. The sponge has a flat angle and on the other side a pointy end, for concealing spots and such.

You can use this sponge both wet and dry, I prefer to use it wet and dab in my foundation. The sponge doesn't suck in any product and I have not found I needed more or less product than before. This is good. When dry, the sponge is about the size of an egg, when you wet it, it becomes twice as big. I really love the feeling of the sponge on my face. It feels nice and soft. You can use the sides to apply other liquids, such as highlighters and bronzers. Real Techniques claims you can also use it to apply powders, I haven't tried that. I just don't think that's a good idea, I might give it a try (definitely when the sponge is dry though! Don't want to ruin a perfectly good powder!)

I'm very pleased with this purchase. It's also a total bargain, considering I paid €4,18 for it. I've been using this sponge on a daily basis now. I totally recommend this to anyone. Somewhere this week I'll also be reviewing the Core Collection so stay tuned if you're interested!



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