Does A Beauty Tool Matter When Applying Products?

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Something I hear many beauty bloggers talk about is having the right beauty tools and how it can make the cheapest foundation look like a luxury brand. I recently had the opportunity to test out the Glow Perfect Tinted Moisturizer in #12 from Everyhue Beauty and they were nice enough to send a Make Up Blender Sponge that is latex free and the Hue Foundation Brush.

So, we are answering an important debate: Does A Beauty Tool Matter When Applying Products?

The tinted moisturizer is a really nice lightweight formula that covers up blemishes pretty nicely. It’s a tinted moisturizer, so it’s not a full coverage formula, which I’m completely happy about. When we go into the Spring and Summer, I prefer wearing tinted moisturizers and bb creams. This feels really nice on the skins, almost to the point where I forgot I was wearing it.

So what do you think?  Does A Beauty Tool Matter When Applying Products?

Two Beauty Tools. Two Outcomes.

The finish of the Glow Perfect Tinted Moisturizer ($36) will vary depending on which Everyhue Beauty beauty tool that I use.

Everyhue Beauty Glow Perfect Tinted Moisturizer in #12

When I take the Blender Sponge ($15) and pat it in like you would with the beauty sponge, it sheers it out a little bit for the perfect light coverage look. It almost looks like I’m not wearing any makeup. It just looks like my skin. This is actually how I’ve been wearing this, and I have gotten a lot of compliments when I use the Glow Perfect Tinted Moisturizer.

Everyhue Beauty Make Up Blender Sponge

Make Up Blender Sponge up close

When I use the Hue Foundation Brush ($28), I’m applying more product into my skin, which gives a more fuller coverage look. Actually, I would say a medium coverage, which is really nice. If I have any blemishes that I want to cover up, I could use this brush and apply a little more product. The tinted moisturizer is great and building up the coverage without any issues with creasing or looking bad.

Hue Foundation Brush

Hue Foundation Brush Side View birds eye view

Hue Foundation Brush from the side

When it comes to the beauty tools, it’s all going to come down to personal preferences. If you like a sheer or light foundation coverage look, you’re going to prefer the Make Up Blender Sponge, but if you want medium coverage, the Hue Foundation Brush could be a great option for you.

Overall Thoughts

The Glow Perfect Tinted Moisturizer is really nice. I’m loving how it looks and feels on my skin. It’s a light coverage, but can get built up to somewhat of a medium coverage. The Blender Sponge is really nice, and while I do like the Hue Foundation Brush, there was a learning curve for me since I’ve never used that type of brush before.

What’s your favorite way to apply your foundation?

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  1. Christine Weary says

    I like to use a blender sponge when applying foundation

  2. Calvin says

    Matters plenty! Very nice suggestions

  3. Francesca says

    I have a blender sponge that I use for foundation. Works great!

  4. Jacqueline Hughes says

    I like to use a brush when applying foundation.

  5. Sandy Bonesteel says

    I really need to try one of those blender sponges. I have seen so many videos of women using them, but I haven’t tried one yet.

  6. Angelica says

    I’m awful, I just use my gross fingers most of the time but I don’t wear foundation so there’s that. On the rare occasion that I do, I would love to try one of those awesome brushes. I’ve been seeing them recommended everywhere!

  7. Denise Low says

    Thank you for sharing. I would love to try out the sponges.

  8. Lindsay A. says

    I have a blender sponge & SWEAR by it!! I’ve been really curious about trying out those flat brushes like the Hue Foundation Brush though.

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