PAC Beauty Blender Sponge Review

by Vani Saxena
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Makeup tools are equally important as the makeup itself. Without ‘em you just can’t do your makeup. Talking about these tools, one of them is the Beauty Blenders which are so much in demand these days. Beauty blenders are quite a celebrity in the beauty blogosphere.
I have reviewed the PAC Beauty Blender Sponge. But before this let me just brief you guys about the brand PAC.
PAC or the Professional Artists Cosmetics is a Korean brand, the products of whose are made in the People’s Republic of China. PAC really seems to be the choice of many professional artists in India.

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Details about PAC Beauty Blender Sponge

What is it?
A pink edgeless blending sponge that nicely blends all your foundations and concealers like a dream. Gives a flawless look and is an economical alternative to the original beauty blenders.

Price: INR 450

Shelf Life: 12 months

Sensitive Skin Alert?

No

Natural/Vegan/Organic?

No.

PAC Beauty Blender Sponge 1

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My Experience with PAC Beauty Blender Sponge

Packaging: PAC beauty blender comes in a stiff black square box. The sponge is nestled like an egg inside of it. The box is quite stiff and strong and does not budge which makes it travel-friendly.

Directions for use: Dampen the beauty blender and squeeze off the excess water. Bounce it on your face to blend your foundations, concealers, correctors etc. The flat side works great for contour and the pointed one for your liquid foundations and stuff.

Shade and Texture: It’s a pink in color, rather a dark pink and comes in a water droplet shape. It’s soft and spongy, enough to blend all your makeup. When wet, it doubles up in size and becomes even softer. It returns to the original size once dried.

Experience: I purchased this from Nykaa for Rs.485. And I really like it!
Be it my concealer stick or the liquid foundation, it blends all. The pointed side of the beauty blender can be used for concealing the under-eye areas and also for contouring the cheekbones while the round and the flat sides for blending up the foundations and creams. It doubles up when soaked in water and takes a day to dry up and come to its original size. Allows completing the makeup without having to use more of the products and in a shorter span of time.
Be careful if you have long nails because it might tear up when you’re squeezing out the water. To avoid this, I soak it in a towel and leave it to rest until dry.
And remember do not use this in a painting motion but in a dabbing motion. That’s when you’ll get the perfect look without having to worry if your face looks caked up with foundation. Another thing is that the original beauty blender costs somewhere around 1300 bucks, whereas you get this one for 500 bucks which are really great! And it works the same like that of an original one! If you’re planning to purchase a blender get this one since it works best for a trial basis.

PAC Beauty Blender Sponge

Overall Performance of PAC Beauty Blender Sponge

Pros:

  • Cute Packaging.
  • Blends the makeup perfectly.
  • Soft and a spongy texture.
  • An affordable alternative to the costlier ones.
  • Travel-Friendly.
  • Becomes even softer when soaked in water.

Cons:

  • None at all

Would I Repurchase and Recommend?

Definitely!
It’s worth a try! Especially for the beginners, it’s a must-have in your vanity girls.
Rating: 5/5 ( No room for minus)

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Sreeparna Ganguly January 4, 2018 - 11:08 AM

A nice alternative for Beauty Blender..
Loved your detailed review :love :rose:

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Komal January 4, 2018 - 12:10 PM

I would prefer this over brushes anyday 🙂 great review ??

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Smriti January 4, 2018 - 12:13 PM

I love the color of the product . Need to master the usage. I still get messy using this. Great review.

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Navdita Rathore January 4, 2018 - 3:09 PM

A perfect dupe for the beauty blender. :rose:

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Meghal January 4, 2018 - 10:49 PM

I use a beauty blender but this is soo much cheaper and sounds goo to me

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