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Stans Out Makeup Blending Sponge

Calling all beauties who use foundation. It’s time for you to learn about a unique type of makeup blending sponge. The brand is STANS OUT and it’s unlike any of the sponges I’ve seen and used before.


Stans Out Makeup Blending Sponge

To start, the shape is different. Second it’s larger than most. Last the material of the sponge, Polyeurathane Foam, is going to make you realize that you don’t need an egg shaped sponge. Instead you’re going to want a more porous sponge with different sides to accommodate all the sides and angles of your face. Your face isn’t flat so why should your sponge be flat.

Stans Out Makeup Blending Sponge

Stans Out is incredibly soft. It’s designed to work with the warmth of your skin to reach optimal softness. And water is NOT required for this tool. You can use it with water of course but you don’t need to do so.

Stans Out Makeup Blending Sponge

Let’s take a look at all the edges. You can easily use it on larger areas like your cheeks and forehead and then turn it to fit easily around your nose and under your eyes.

Rounded Side: Use the large rounded side for pressing and rolling foundation and other cream products into the large areas of the face such as cheeks, forehead, and chin.

Triangular Side: Use the triangular side for applying concealer and powder in the under-eye area.

Flat Side: Use the flat side for perfecting and sculpting your contour under the cheekbones, along the nose, and along the jawline.

Stans Out Makeup Blending Sponge

This diamond shape sponge is easy to clean but you do have to be careful about not stretching it out or you’ll tear it. I watched the site’s short video and followed the quick easy steps.

1. With warm water and a mild bar of soap, gently work the sponge into a lather. Do not twist or pinch to avoid snags and tears.

2. Rinse and squeeze out excess water. Repeat steps if needed until water runs clear.

3. Let air dry.

You can even use this immediately after you’ve washed it as it dries in a jiffy. This is a great addition to your beauty routine and one you’ll be thrilled with for flawless application.  —  Marcia

GIVEAWAY INFORMATION: Stans Out gets a huge shout out from us for offering a giveaway for 5 US readers. This $20 sponge (available at Amazon and on StansOutBeauty with free shipping) will be a delight if you are a Beauty Info Zone email subscriber. The giveaway runs through 4/11/19 at 11:59 pm EDT. Be sure you follow the rules for your chance to win.

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  1. Dana Rodriguez says

    I apply mine by dabbing with my fingers. This sponge is really nice and would make my beauty routine easier.

  2. I usually use my fingers.

  3. Marilyn Nawara says

    I typically use my fingers to apply it.

  4. Gabrielle says

    I normally use a brush, but I’d love to give this sponge a try.

  5. Kristine Paull says

    I use my fingers.

  6. Usually with a Beauty Blender or similar… in the car… at stoplights.

  7. Brush

  8. Jennifer Blank says

    I am guilty of always using my fingers cause I’m always rushing!

  9. I use a damp blender or a dense brush.

  10. Tracy Robertson says

    I use the one use throw away sponges that they use for testing at the store.

  11. Lisa Williams says

    I usually apply foundation with my fingers but if there is a better way I would try it.

  12. monique s says

    I normally just use my fingers

  13. I typically use my fingers and then go over it with a sponge.

  14. Christy Peeples DuBois says

    I use a brush sometimes but always end up with a beauty blender or beauty blender dupe, depending on where I am.

  15. Kim Pincombe-Cole says

    I always use a blending sponge to apply my makeup!

  16. Christy Peeples DuBois says
  17. gloria patterson says

    I use my fingers sometimes a brush to finish

  18. Maryann D. says

    I usually use my fingertips to apply my makeup and wipe off excess with a tissue.

  19. Fingers

  20. Jessica Peeling says

    I currently use my fingers

  21. Angela Saver says

    I usually apply with my fingers, so I would love to try this!

  22. Deborah Smith says

    I normally just use my fingers when I wear makeup.

  23. I tend to apply a bb cream with my fingers, but a sponge can help if I need more coverage on a bad spot.

  24. Susan Gillam says

    I use a Beauty Blender or a foundation brush.

  25. Jan Kelley says

    I either use a Beauty Blender or my fingers.

  26. Jessica Staley says

    I’ve been using the beauty blender

  27. Gia Welch says

    I use a dense brush. In the past I’ve had no success with ehg shaped sponges.

  28. with a brush

  29. Susan P. says

    I apply foundation with a sponge, brush or fingers.

  30. aaron reck says

    Usually only after I been on a fried food bender and my face breaks out I’ll put on my foundation with sponges so I don’t touch it. I like to use only clean ones.

  31. Laura Rubenstein says

    i apply with a sponge

  32. gloria patterson says
  33. Nancy Jachcik says

    I usually use my fingers to dab my foundation on

  34. Victoria Barbour says

    I use a brush to apply foundation.

  35. Beauty Blender

  36. Laurie Nykaza says

    I usually use a make up brush to put on foundation

  37. Sally Gearhart says

    I usually use a brush to apply my foundation but sometimes I use a beauty blender. My daughters always use a beauty blender though, they usually steal mine when I buy a new one haha.

  38. Heather Kaufman says

    I apply it with my fingers.

  39. Donna Hufman Warrington says

    With my clean fingers….only using a sponge once all applied.

  40. Debra Branigan says

    I apply with my fingers and then use the blending sponge.

  41. I use my fingertips in a technique I learned over 30 years ago from Mary Kay.

  42. Kristi C says

    I usually use a Beauty Blender sponge.

  43. Megan Wilson says

    I normally use my hands.

  44. Kayla Klontz says

    I use my fingers mostly.

  45. Cassandra D says

    I use a makeup sponge.

  46. Cindi Overstreet says

    It depends on how much time I have so if I am in a hurry I use a flat kabuki style brush or beauty blender, if I have more time I use a silicone applicator. I use the brush and beauty blender equally, but the silicone “sponge” applicator takes more time so I don’t do it as often although I love the finish and the way it uses so little product.