EcoTools Total Perfecting Blender vs. Beauty Blender Blending Sponge

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Kristin says: I tried both of these sponges out over the course of a week with several different foundations and concealers and found repeatedly that I got better coverage when applying my foundation with the Beauty Blender. The Ecotools sponge is much denser and didn't seem to pick up or spread around foundations as well. I also preferred the pointed tip of the Beauty Blender (where the Ecotools has a flat edge) to blend products in under my eyes. Both sponges do double in size nicely. Beauty Blender is certainly pricy, but this isn't a good dupe.

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Marie rose lil


noooooo lol. The eco tools sponge is rock hard and is nothing like the beauty blender. The beauty blender is amazing, despite the price. If anything try the morphe sponge, it’s great!

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