How To Apply Foundation With A Beauty Blender

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I’ve been using Maybelline products ever since I can remember. Their effective yet affordable Fit Me Concealer is a staple in my makeup routine, while I’m pretty sure that their long-lasting drama gel eyeliner was the first eyeliner I ever purchased. Don’t even get me started on their Baby Lips Lip Balm! That’s been my go-to product for a shot of hydration and colour for about 4 years now.

A feature in pretty much everyone’s makeup bag, it’s no surprise that Maybelline is the number one global cosmetics brand.

That’s why we’re so pleased to introduce you Glossies to the Maybelline Dream Velvet Beauty Blender.

The New Precision Beauty Blender

Unlike other beauty blenders, this next-generation, latex-free one boasts a cone-shaped head that sits on top of a built-in handle. While you can use the long side to blend your foundation across your cheeks and forehead, it’s the tapered tip that really sells it for me.

The pointed end makes blending foundation and concealer in hard-to-reach areas effortless, creating a smooth and non-streaky finish.

What I Loved About The Dream Velvet Beauty Blender

If you usually use brushes, you’re probably wondering why you should make the switch. Maybe this will convince you…

  • The convenient handle means you don’t get messy fingers covered in foundation. Game changer!
  • The short handle allows for a more controlled application.
  • The pointed tip is the perfect shape to glide under your eyes and around your eyebrows.

Related: The Best Cheap Concealers For £7 Or Less

Your Questions Answered

Q: Should the blender be used wet or dry?

A: Unlike other beauty blenders, you don’t need to wet this handy tool. Simply use as is.

Q: Should I apply the foundation to the back of my hand or straight onto your brush?

A: For a smooth finish, apply your foundation to the desired areas using your fingers, then blend it in with your new beauty tool.

Q: What is the best way to hold the brush?

A: Holding the brush towards the bottom end of the handle makes it easier to blend your foundation in hard-to-reach areas.

Q: Can I use it to apply concealer?

A: Another great little trick. This brush can be used to apply concealer under your eyes and around your nose.

Q: How do I clean the blender?

A: To make the blender look as good as new, clean it with warm soapy water, then wipe it on a flannel. Let it dry completely before using it again.

About The Dream Velvet Range

Do you want to hear the best part, Glossies? The Maybelline Dream Collection isn’t limited to the beauty blender. The range also includes three different foundations (a liquid, a mousse and an air-whipped one), a concealer and a setting spray.

  • Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid Foundation: This blendable formula delivers long-lasting and natural-looking coverage, while hiding visible pores and imperfections.
  • The Dream Matte Mousse Foundation: This medium-coverage foundation is designed to prevent caking. Its light and breathable formula provides an even finish.
  • The Dream Satin Liquid Air-Whipped Foundation: This lightweight whipped formula combines the airy feel of a mousse with the blendability of a liquid. It’s designed to give you an even coverage for a picture-perfect finish.
  • Maybelline Dream Brightening Concealer: This stick concealer boasts a creamy and blendable formula that makes hiding dark circles quick and easy. Bright and fresh-looking eyes await!
  • Dream Satin Makeup Setting Spray: No makeup lover should be without a setting spray, and I just love how effective the Dream Satin one is. It helps my makeup last all day, while giving me a radiant, healthy glow.

Insider Tip: All foundations and concealers are available in a variety of shades.

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