The Best Sephora Collection Products: 230K Reviews
Based on 229,957 Influenster Reviews
You already know Sephora as THE destination for some of your favorite beauty products. But did you know the store's eponymous brand has a some pretty stellar beauty buys as well—and usually for a fraction of the price as fancier name brands.
Next time you visit Sephora be sure to take a peek at these top Sephora Collection products based on 189K reviews from beauty-obsessed Influensters like you.
I start off by using warm water to soak my sponge and then i gently squeeze out the excess water. Then I go ahead and apply my primer with the short long side and let it soak into my skin. It is nice because at this stage the sponge is most wet, so it makes my primer glide on effortlessly since they can be sort of thick, it also makes use of a tiny amount of product over my whole face, so I really do recommend it for this use.
After I let my primer soak in I add my foundation using the longer side of the sponge. In places that need extra coverage I can go ahead and use the flat side to sort of blot in a little more coverage and have it still look smooth without caking on a ton of product.
If you need concealer the pointed tip is great for around your eyes, nostrils, and typical redness areas that tend to be harder to get into. The flat end works good on my chin too if it happens to be red (which it often is).
After I put my blush, highlighter, or bronzer on I will go over the edges with the long side that I previously used for foundation to help blend it effortlessly. It makes for a polished look with minimal effort. Be careful if you have a lot of product still on there if you do this. Usually by the time I'm done with my foundation there isn't much left in the sponge, so keep this in mind! ...read more