Primark Silicone Blender Review

Okay so, I have been waiting to try the whole silicone blender trend for a while. However, with a student budget I couldn't afford the Molly Cosmetic's SiliSponge and any time I tried they were sold out! So I waited and waited until Primark inevitably brought out their own version of the product. Which they did!!! Only £2 in UK stores for not one, but two silicone blenders. For anyone like me who is a student, and therefore cannot afford more expensive brands, I recommended these bad boys from Primark's beauty section.

In the packet comes two blenders the same size and shape. Having seen these all over social media it's safe to say I was dying to try them for myself.

 This specific blender is about 1 cm thick, one side bigger than the other with a curve to really get in the groves of your face.

I used the MAC Face and Body foundation, my favourite foundation. As I am fairly freckly and clear skinned I got the Face and Body foundation because it was a thin coverage, hence just what I need!

As I've seen many videos of others trying the silicone blender on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube etc etc, I knew the best way was to dab rather than swipe, which worked really well. I have a small forehead so, for this section of my face I used the Nire flat top kabuki brush to make give it a bit more of an even coverage. And then finished my look!

Foundation: MAC Face and Body, C1
Concealer: Collection Lasting Perfection, Fair 1
Bronzer: Bobbi Brown, Golden Light 1
Eyebrows: Urban Decay eyeshadow, Tease
Eyeshadow: Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette, shades Vermeer (corner), Tempera (lid), Buon Fresco (lid), Warm Taupe (crease) 
Mascara: Benefit's Roller Lash
Highlighter: Benefit's High Beam and Revolution Ultra Sculpt and Contour Kit C01

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