The beauty blenders are shaped like an egg, so that you won’t be left with any lines or streaks when applying makeup, and the differently sized base and tip can offer broader or more concentrated application. Beauty blenders optimizes water-retention, it won’t absorb liquid products that you use with it, but it also won’t dilute your makeup.
Wet it. Simply hold your beauty blender under a tap, and squeeze it so it can become saturated with water. You’ll know it’s done when the sponge has become about twice its original size.
Squeeze it. Make sure the sponge isn’t holding onto excess water by squeezing it out in a towel.
Stipple it. Use a bouncing or stippling motion instead of a wiping or sweeping motion. You can apply foundation to your face or the beauty blender, it doesn’t matter which way you do it. I normally first swipe the foundation on with a flat foundation brush first. To blend with the beauty blender, use the broader side as it covers more surface area to help speed up the process. To blend in smaller, more concentrated areas like concealer under the eyes or around the nose, use the pointed side of the beauty blender. Use the same bouncing motion as before to help press the product in the face.
Ways to clean it:
Baby wash and warm water. (or soap is fine)