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Abbamart Tear Drop Beauty Sponge - Dupe alert! [Review]

The key to good foundation application is the right foundation + a good tool used for the application + the way of application. Either one of the three goes wrong, and it can be a disaster. The whole look depends on how well the foundation is applied. I've used a lot of different methods. My two favorite tools for foundation application is Sigma F80 brush or my fingers. 

My experience:
After a lot of rave reviews of Beauty Blender, I had my eyes on it. But, before investing in it, I thought of trying the dupe. Saw one on, but the owner of Lush Grooming and Bargains suggested me to opt for Abbamart Pink Drop Beauty Sponge. All the thanks to her for recommending.

It's been around 2 years I've been using Sigma F80 brush for foundation application. It was my HG foundation application tool till I found this little baby. It is in the shape of a tear drop, just like the Beauty Blender. I've never used Beauty Blender, so I cannot compare them. All I can say is, this sponge works wonders and blends flawlessly, which we all want. Don't we?

Abbamart Pink Tear Drop Beauty Sponge - Dry and Wet
Abbamart Pink Tear Drop Beauty sponge is soft like other latex sponge. You need to squeeze it under the running water to make it ready prior to use. It absorbs the water and enlarges and gets light and fluffy to work with. Press it in the towel to get rid of extra drops of water before starting the foundation application. 

For the application, you need to dab the foundation with the foundation and NOT rub it like a normal sponge. Dabbing the foundation is the key to flawless application. If you are using liquid foundation, dot it all over the face or work in sections. If you are using stick foundation, spread it on the face in sections. YES, you can use it with both stick and liquid foundation, also mousse foundation. When you dab it, the foundation sets into the skin giving your skin a flawless finish instead of cakey finish. I love how my foundation and skin looks.

What I like about it is, it is easy to use + wash. I wash it after every use. I don't like how the pink sponge looks dirty with all the foundation. To wash, I pour mild clear shampoo on the sponge and squeeze it. I then rub it on my palm to make some lather and then squeeze it under the running water. It is VERY easy to wash it and is clean as the new one.

Let me tell you, the sponge is not Latex free. Girls who are allergic to the products/tools that has latex, please don't buy. 

Price Tag: PKR 680
Availability: Lush Grooming and Bargains

Will I recommend? DEFINITELY!

          What is your favorite tool for foundation application? 


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