I just LOVE having the appearance of a flawless complexion, don’t you? Although, I will admit, I never really felt like I looked that flawless until I started using my sonicBLEND from Michael Todd. If you saw our original post from when I first started using it (read it here), then you know just how awesome this nifty tool is!
The problem is that sometimes, products are merely gimmicks- they only seem like a good idea at first, but then they get tossed to the side, never to be used again. I know of a makeup-lover who got an actual airbrush system, used it once, then decided it was too messy to use again. Ugggh… all that wasted money!
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Well, that’s NOT the case with the Michael Todd sonicBLEND makeup brush. I’ll admit, I was a tiny bit apprehensive at first, but it turns out there was nothing to worry about. I simply charge my brush every two to four weeks, depending on how often I use it. The rest of the time, I just keep it in my brush drawer, and whip that baby out whenever I do my makeup.
It’s so dang simple because it’s not any messier than a regular makeup brush. As a matter of fact, it’s probably even easier to take care of. The brush heads are already antibacterial, and since it’s sonic, the bristles are almost completely clean after each use- the high-speed movement ensures your foundation is “pushed” away from the brush and onto your skin. Also, it’s super easy to pop the brush head off and use a bit of brush cleaner.
My favorite foundations to use (right now…lol) with the Michael Todd sonicBLEND are the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup in #7, and more recently, Juice Beauty PHYTO-PIGMENTS Flawless Serum Foundation in Golden Tan. Both of these are very lightweight and buildable, so I get an airbrushed look without any cakey buildup.
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