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Napoleon Perdis Pro Makeup Blending Sponge

4.2 of 7 reviews

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Undetectable, flawless coverage. Napoleon Perdis Pro Makeup Sponge is one of the most versatile makeup artist tools out there, perfectly designed for ease of use.

  • Australian Made

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GREAT - 86% recommend

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4.2 of 7 reviews

86% recommend this product

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Most Helpful Positive

LOVE

Tarran

Can't fault these sponges. I literally have collected the whole set, great value for money.

Most Helpful Criticism

Adequate, but small

Pamela

This is a perfectly nice blender, but it was smaller than I expected, and also I had assumed the little brass collar was simply a stand, for sitting the sponge in; unfortunately, it's actually permanently attached, which makes it impossible to use the widest end of the blender, and also complicates dampening and washing it. I imagine that regular use might well cause corrosion and rust on the inside of the collar, which might make the blender less hygienic in the long run. In addition, it inhibits the sponge's ability to expand when it *is* wet.
I didn't hate it, but all those factors added up to my feeling it wasn't a smart buy for the price.
I think I'll just stick to my big, squishy, ModelCo blender in future rather than getting experimental, again - it remains my favourite for many reasons.
  1. LOVE

    Tarran

    Can't fault these sponges. I literally have collected the whole set, great value for money.
  2. great

    M.

    like the idea of the handle on the sponge so you dont get anything on your hands although the sponge could be larger as the handle can get in the way. Otherwise good product
  3. Pretty good

    Lily-Rose

    A nice sponge for applying foundation! The handle is cute and easy to use, so you dont get any makeup all over your hands!
  4. Great for applying and blending your makeup base!

    Emily

    It is very similar to NP’s other ‘PRO Makeup Sponge’ in that..
    The sponge is great to use dry or dampened with water.
    It’s perfect for applying primer and foundation to get an even coverage. It is the perfect makeup blender so whether you are using it to blend foundation and/or a cream contour it will do the job.
    The gold grip is great for those that don’t like getting their hands dirty and is more hygienic however, it does make things a little harder when cleaning. Just like cleaning a makeup brush be sure to hold the sponge downwards at all times so no soap/water runs down under the grip (this can weaken the adhesive which sticks it together).
  5. 4/5 because of breakage and size

    Aidan

    Succchhh an amazing soft sponge, the only one I have ver felt comfortable using that didnt soak up product but felt soooo nice applying. The only issue is that its way smaller than pictured so be prepared. Also, the metal part kept coming off, so the glue keeping it together isn't that strong but its still useable!

    Love this sponge :) highly reccomend
  6. Adequate, but small

    Pamela

    This is a perfectly nice blender, but it was smaller than I expected, and also I had assumed the little brass collar was simply a stand, for sitting the sponge in; unfortunately, it's actually permanently attached, which makes it impossible to use the widest end of the blender, and also complicates dampening and washing it. I imagine that regular use might well cause corrosion and rust on the inside of the collar, which might make the blender less hygienic in the long run. In addition, it inhibits the sponge's ability to expand when it *is* wet.
    I didn't hate it, but all those factors added up to my feeling it wasn't a smart buy for the price.
    I think I'll just stick to my big, squishy, ModelCo blender in future rather than getting experimental, again - it remains my favourite for many reasons.
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