Sunday, 12 March 2017

Molly Cosmetics SiliSponge Review

I was so intrigued by this product. I first heard about the SiliSponge when I was having a YouTube binge and I came across it in a review video. I love my beauty blenders, but I do always think about how much product gets wasted in them. It's frustrating when I clean them and I see all the foundation going down the sink. So, to see this product claiming to reduce wastage of foundation, I had to try it. 
I bought this product straight from Molly Cosmetics. There was free delivery to the UK, so I didn't have to worry about paying anything extra for shipping. I also didn't get charged any tax fees upon delivery which was good. I had a wait a while for the product to be delivered, but that was to be expected.  
In terms of the product, there is no other way to describe it than like the chicken fillets you put in your bra. The first time I used the product, I did my normal routine of pumping one and a half pumps of foundation onto the back of my hand. I dipped the SiliSponge in my foundation and quickly realised that I had far too much foundation on my hand and on the sponge. On second try, I went in with half as much foundation, and do you know what, it gave me exactly the same coverage as the one and a half pumps did. This was shocking for me as it really proved to me how much foundation was being lost in the sponge.

In terms of the application, I find it more fiddly and not as flawless as using a beauty blender. But, I have found if I apply the product with the SiliSponge and then finish it off with the beauty blender, I am still getting a flawless finish and saving product. Also, this sponge is far easier to clean than other sponges! All in all, I was pleasantly surprised with this product and would definitely recommend it.

Have you tried it? What are your thoughts? 
Let me know in the comments.
Love, Kate xx 

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