DISCLAIMER: I was sent this product by Pamper Therapy free of charge for review purposes. This does not affect my opinion in any way. To find out more, you can view my disclaimer page.
One makeup product that has become a staple in my routine is a good old makeup sponge. I’ve been using the Real Techniques Sponge* for the longest time now and it does the job that I need. However I’m not aware of any other makeup sponges on the market and Pamper Therapy sent me their makeup sponge to try out for a video and post.
When I first got the sponge, I was excited to see how gorgeous the packaging was. I appreciate things that have very pretty packaging and this product is no exception. I was also quite surprised at the shape and how rounded it is compared to my Real Techniques sponge. It also advertises that this can be used with any face product; primer, foundation, concealer, the possibilities are endless.
The sponge itself is rather big and has a very unique design. It’s definitely been made with the face in mind, looking at the pointed end and flat base of the sponge.
Using this sponge has changed my makeup routine for the better. Although I knew how good makeup sponges are in general, this one is incredibly impressive. I used this damp (which I found out you’re supposed to do a few days ago…whoops.) and applied my foundation with so much ease. Rather than rubbing in my foundation (which I do with my Real Techniques sponge), I dabbed it onto my face as per the instructions and the amount of coverage I got was insane. My flaws immediately vanished and there were no traces of any streaks or little marks that came from the sponge. Having a flat base and pointed end also really helped me to get into areas such as the eyes, the cheeks and the forehead so every single part of my face could have a flawless coverage.
After using this sponge, I am completely sold. I am glad that I know of another makeup sponge brand on the high street and I think I will definitely start using this rather than Real Techniques. Despite Pamper Therapy’s sponge being a little bit more expensive than Real Techniques, I think you get what you pay for with this sponge. It adds more diversity and gives more options to use this product with. An even coverage is always guaranteed with this sponge and that’s exactly what I look for in a makeup sponge. I will be definitely be supporting Pamper Therapy’s further endeavors into the world of makeup with baited breath.
Have you tried Pamper Therapy’s sponge?
You can buy the sponge on Amazon.