These BeautyBlender Alternatives are Trending On Social Media. Do They Work?

If you’ve spent enough time in the world of beauty, you have probably heard of the BeautyBlender, a makeup blending sponge conceptualized by Rhe Ann Silva in 2003.
 
The BeautyBlender changed make-up application for the better, as critics and beauty bloggers raved about it for years. It ended up winning Allure’s Best of Beauty Award 6 different times!
 
However, recent beauty bloggers have been on the quest to find unconventional BeautyBlender alternatives, which involves attempting to blend makeup using anything that isn’t a BeautyBlender.
 

EGG BLENDING SPONGE I have seen loads of beauty hacks using different things as blending sponge like 🍅, kitchen scourer, pads even condoms (I would have loved to try that but I would have to answer loads of questions from hubby lol) so I took it a notch by using a HARD BOILED EGG 🍳 Sienna had a filled day laughing so hard she said 'oh Mummy you are crazy and I love it' lol. Well anyway did it work YES it did, would I use it again hmmmm MAYBE . Would you try this hack? Yes or No. What you think? Let me know what other Instagram Beauty Hack you have tried and it actually worked for you. Do enjoy the video. Press Play my loves 💋❤❤❤❤ 🎼Shape Of You – Ed Sheeran #houseofsienna #shimycatsmua #universodamaquiagem_oficial #undiscovered_muas #hudabeauty #wakeupandmakeup #peachyqueenblog #motd#tudoparachicas#strictlytutorials#likeforlike#sdeventsworld#followforfollow#fakeupfix#highlightandcontour#makeupvideoss#makeupartist #liveglam#1minutemakeup#tutorials#tutorial#makeupforbarbies#instagram#makeuptutorial#makeupdolls#ibeautybar#livetutorial#makeup#makeuptutorialsx0x @makeupforbarbies @buzzfeed #beautyqueens4ever

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One “self-taught glam queen” makeup guru used a hard-boiled egg (without a shell, of course) to do her makeup, which involved applying foundation, concealer, contour, and setting powder. ALL with an egg!
 
It turns out the egg is actually a pretty good replacement for the popular sponge, as it beautifully blended the make-up. However, it proved impossible to use more than once.
 
In another attempt. A beauty blogger had the genius idea of applying foundation with a rolled up sock. While it blended the foundation in just fine, the sock ended up absorbing way more product than intended.
 

@mayratouchofglam had the genius idea of applying foundation with a sock! Just tried her beauty hack and I have to say. It's amazing!!! This was her idea not mine! Go to her YouTube channel to watch the full video of her trying this method out 😍 Products: a microfiber sock (works better than cotton, I think) @shophudabeauty @hudabeauty lashes in Scarlett #shophudabeauty #hudabeauty @anastasiabeverlyhills #dipbrow in taupe #anastasiabeverlyhills #AnastasiaBrows @ofracosmetics #ofracosmetics lipstick in hypno #beautyhack #vegas_nay #recent4recent #like4like #liveglam #makegirlz #makeupvideoss #makeupcoach #makeupclips #makeup #motd #wakeupandmakeup #videosfashions #tutorialsinspirations #makeupjunkie #makeuptutorials #anastasiabeverlyhills #AnastasiaBrows #brian_champagne #hacks #hairandmakeupdiary #laurag_143 #maquiagem #maquillaje

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These “beauty hacks” have been taking the internet by storm. Some have stretched the concept to humouros lengths, while others are taking this very seriously.
 
Other alternatives used have been a tomato, an actually kitchen sponge, a potato, pancakes, and even rice krispie treats!
 
What beauty hacks will you try?

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