Blend that beauty

I woke up early this morning so that I could re-create the curls my new hair stylist did for me on Saturday. I have to say I may have gotten carried away with the round brush and the hair straightener (to curl). It’s definitely curly. But it also doesn’t look as sleek as what the guy did it. Of course though. Right? I suppose it all takes time and practice.

If you went to my website last night (and probably again tonight) a lot of errors have probably come up on your page. Not to worry — I have a backup of my website, but we’re still fooling around with the RSS feed to make it work properly. So, I have no idea when it will be fixed. I will let you guys know once its working though.

bbI have seen a lot of YouTube Makeup Guru’s use this product or sponge in the shape of an egg, called the Beautyblender. Apparently it blends your makeup in just as well as any other makeup brush that you’ll use. I’m pretty interested in seeing if it actually works on myself or not but I still haven’t forked out my money to try one out.

I’m not sure I’d like to keep it in the plastic covering constantly, as I store my makeup brushes in a pencil holder type thing on my shelf in the bathroom. I don’t want this egg thing rolling around all over the place and falling on the floor. Does anyone have any positive or negative thoughts on this product?

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  1. I’ve never heard of it. How big is it? It does seem like the swiss army knife of sponge makeup blending as it has all those different size coverage areas. Is it washable? If you don’t want to keep it in the case and you use a shelf, you can reserve a corner on the shelf (assuming there are side walls as in an enclosed vanity) with this little buddy cornered in there so it can’t roll away. Otherwise, if you have the little pointy part facing a wall, it may only roll towards the wall (think of how cones roll in circles, not straight lines).

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