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You might not recognize the colorful products immediately: these aren’t fitness tools; No! They are beauty tools. Make-up sponges to emphasize the bone structure and an epilator and shaving tool for a hair-free life, (Bold and Painted image published in WOTH Magazine issue 9.)

Beauty Sponges

From Givenchy to Walmart: almost every makeup selling company has created the rubbery, mostly latex-free, sponge. Aren't they Wonderful Things?!

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berry ‘Smooth Finish Facial Hair Remover’ from Tweezerman. A spiral epilator with handles for plucking unwanted facial hair. How to use: rest the flat side of the coil on your face, twist the knobs, above the colored handles. Be careful with sensitive skin. €28,95 (
green ‘The Detail Oriented Sponge’ from the Sephora collection. A bullet-shaped blending sponge with a curved top and fine precision tip on the base. What’s it for: application, blending, sculpting, and highlighting smaller imperfections and reaching tough angles of the face. €14,50 (
orange ‘Miracle Body Complexion Sponge’ from Real Techniques. A large size sponge with a flat edge and precision tip designed to fit body curves. What’s it for: contouring and highlighting. €9,99 (
pink ‘The Perfectionist Airbrush Sponge’ from the Sephora collection. A rounded brush with precision tips. What’s it for: hard-to-reach areas and blurring makeup mistakes for an ‘airbrushed’ finish. €8,99 (
lilac "Precision Folding Brow Razor" a travel-ready precision razor with a stainless steel Japanese blade from Tweeerzman. What’s it for: shaving and grooming brows and bikini-line $12,99 (


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