Beauty Blender Dupe ūüíč

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I’m all about that Beauty Blender life at the mo – I go through phases, but as of now my¬†buffing brushes are on the back burner once more. I’ve tried ALL of its dupes, mar shampla Real Techniques, W7, Penneys/Primark’s versions and so on… None compare to be honest – there’s just something about the Beauty Blender that validates its ‚ā¨20 RRP. However, a recent haul at work resulted in yet another poor man’s BB making way to my collection, and I gots to admit;¬†¬†I’ve since repurchased a back up. Say what?!

The dupe in question is the Royal Enhance Complexion Sponge, available in many a pharmacy (including Meagher’s FYI) and retails for¬†an iddy biddy¬†‚ā¨5.

So is it on par with its better half?!

It’s actually not that far off. They’re both pretty darn similar in size, shape and texture. The Beauty Blender expands a little bit more when dampened, but other than that they’re more or less shoulder to shoulder in my opinion.

I only ever use¬†either sponge when dampened, although they work well in bringing down shine when used dry¬†also.¬† Overall the Beauty Blender does¬†its job a little bit faster, but we’re talking an extra minute at most for it’s quarter of the price sista. The Royal Enhance Complexion Sponge blends makeup equally well once dampened, and¬†the pointed tip¬†works in under-eye concealer ever so smoothly.


Said dupe also washes like a breeze, with mine still going strong after a kazillion washes.

And on that note, there’s literally zero need for those Beauty Blender cleansers – I wash mine using a plain old bar of soap and warm water. I recommend Dr Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap, although any (clean) one will do the trick! (I have the gorgeous Nikkie Tutorials¬†to thank for that hack.)

So yeah – overall I highly recommend!

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