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SILISPONGE OR SILLY SPONGE? APPLYING FOUNDATION + FREEBIE!
silisponge or silly sponge? plus give away!
is this the answer to applying foundation on mature skin?
The Silisponge has been around for a few
months now but as I am happy with applying my foundation with a sponge I hadn’t
got around to trying one. Today I decided I had better give the Silisponge a
whirl. I also have purchased an extra one to give away. Details are on my first impressions video here.
What is a Silisponge?
To be frank, it is a piece of silicone that
has been shaped to use as a makeup applicator. Personally, it looks to me like
a chicken fillet for the bra of an eleven-year-old!
What is so good about them?
Well I guess the most obvious thing is that
they are not absorbent. This makes them very easy to clean, it’s as simple as
running it under a hot tap and a spritz of anti bacterial spray. Secondly the lack of absorbency means that you will
use less of your expensive foundation.
Is it a silly sponge?
Tune in HERE to see the full tutorial and
Have you tried the Silisponge? What did you
think of it? Have you got any user tips to share? If you have please do leave
your comments below and share the savvy ‘n’ sassy love! Please like and subscribe to my you tube channel whilst you are there! Thank you.
Guest Blogger Kaz
Molloy writes about the great “womb
cancer scandal” for Savvy ‘n’ Sassy readers today. Her message is powerful,
and a must read for all women, young and older alike. Her words are from the heart. She has survived womb cancer but it has left a profound effect on her life. Please read and please, please share. It is easy to hide and not look at articles like this because we get scared. There is no need to be scared. Knowledge is a life saver. Who wouldn't want to know about the most common but sadly under discussed symptoms of womb cancer? I was diagnosed with womb cancer at the end of Dec 2009,
aged 46. I had never heard of it and knew nothing about it. I didn’t know that
it was the most common gynaecological cancer and
that it can affect women of all ages. After my treatment ended I decided to do something about the
lack of support out there for women who had been diagnosed with womb cancer and
also about the lack of awareness there was about this cancer. So in Apr…
January is the perfect time to sit by the fire and enjoy a good book!
I know it's a bit late but...….Happy New Year everyone. I always find January cold and grey and a bit of a let down after all the hustle and bustle of Christmas. One way I love to cheer myself up is to grab a hot drink and snuggle on the sofa with a good book. I get totally involved with the characters, imagine the settings and for a while I'm enjoying a different reality! With the weather we are being threatened with in the next week or so it seems like a pretty good way to spend my time! To see my Top 5 recommendations for Januaryread all about them here! I promise you that there isn't a new year new you book to be found! Enjoy your precious reading time! Namaste Janie S xxx Founder Savvy 'n' Sassy