Are you worried with your your make up dilemmas?Here comes the solution .’Evie Blender’,a silicone beauty sponge had already gone viral on the internet with its exceptional benefits.
This sponge claims to evenly spread your product – without absorbing most of it – and it will also give you a flawless finish that your Beauty blender delivers. But, how is it more advanced than your regular make-up sponge? It is made up of silicone, so it does not have an expiry date and you don’t have to toss it away after every three month. Also, it is extremely easy to clean.
This is also the same reason these types of sponges are so damn easy to clean—that oh-so-smooth, non-porous surface. And to that effect, they can’t really cling to dirt or bacteria if cleansed regularly and correctly because of the medical-grade silicone in the Evie Blender Sponge, which is, interestingly, the same exact silicone used in breast implants.
Plus, they’re soft AF on your face. Even the most sensitive-skinned won’t have a problem using a sponge like this—and, of course, you needn’t worry about any of the glitter actually getting on your face—it’s inside the silicone.
The slightly notched surface helps seamless blend product, while the pointed tip helps guide into when applying product, and their pointed tip helps to get concealer, foundation, and the like into even the smallest creases and corners of the face.
Knowing this, the creators of the OG Silisponge likely decide to combine the two to create the masterpiece that is the Evie Blender sponge. Unsurprisingly, beauty buffs are already freaking out about the so-called “perfect” blending product.
Unfortunately, though, the revolutionary product isn’t available yet; it’s in the early stages of funding on Kickstarter. The creators hope to raise $28,000 to make the product a reality, and so far, they’ve raised about $10,800. If you’re interested, you can head to Kickstarter to back the project—all pledges of $28 or more will receive a first-edition Evie Blender Sponge during the first wave of shipments in March.