Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge Review + Comparison

Hello everyone. I have been using this sponge for weeks now and am ready to share my opinion. I took pictures when I first got this sponge so it wouldn't be all gross.
It comes in a large tube like box. Saying what it is on this side.
And then sharing what it claims on this side.  Including how Samantha Chapman from PixiWoo created Real Techniques.
It claims to: redefine your skin, as well as belnd makeup for a smooth enhanced finish.
It is such a weird shape. It has a dip to apply to apply onto the rounded surface and contours of the face.
Here it is better shown, it almost looks like a chunk is missing,
Here is is compared to other sponges. I am in the process of finding a perfect one since I am not willing to pay $20 for the beauty blender, since they get worn out fast if you use them everyday. The others I bought for $4/5/6 dollars at TJ Maxx.


  • Very soft when dry and wet
  • cleans off easier than other sponges
  • No sign of damage to sponge yet (It's been about a month)
  • Unique shape that helps all surfaces of skin get blended. The dip woks well for the whole face and the tips work nice for under the eyes or nose area.
  • Can be a little overly damp when you clean it / get ready to use it. So I suggest squeezing all the water out once and then again wrapped in a wash cloth
Overall, I LOVE mine. If you are like me and don't want to invest in a beauty blender try this for half the price. (Plus ulta always has coupons). 


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