Scroll down to see our list of the best places to score yourself a Silisponge.
Beauty blenders and makeup brushes are great, until you wash them and realise just how much of your makeup they soak up and waste. This is why silicone makeup sponges have taken off in the last few months. You've probably seen them on YouTube or Instagram in the hands of your favourite beauty bloggers and most of them are absolutely raving about these revolutionary little applicators.
Sure, if you've watched any of the demo videos or reviews, you'll see it does take a little longer to get the product on your skin and the finish is slightly different from using a brush. But in the end, your foundation goes on flawlessly with none of it stuck in the sponge gathering bacteria and wasting away.
If you're ready to try out a silicone makeup sponge and see how one of these innovative tools can streamline your beauty routine you can check out our list of stores stocking these sponges. Unfortunately the beauty giants Sephora and Mecca don't have them just yet but there are a few other places you can get one and have it shipping to Australia.
ry.com.au stocks cult favourite brand Lulu & Lipstick which is famous for its easy-to-use and intuitive makeup tools and applicators. Lulu & Lipstick have its own version of the silcone makeup sponge up for sale on ry now.
eBay has a whole host of these. It has a original Silisponges and a bunch of unbranded ones. You can grab most of them for less than $10 including shipping.
Amazon was one of the first stores to start stocking these. It has oval shaped, tear-drop shaped and original shaped sponges. Double check shipping rates before you commit to buy. The rates can be pretty pricey.
These guys are the creators of the original Silisponge. They have two variations: plain and one with glitter. They ship from Singapore and charge $5 for shipping - unless you spend over $29, then shipping is free.
These guys have created their own variation on the silicone makeup sponge. They've shaped it closer to the dimension of a beauty blender so you still have the pointier end for more precise blending. According to the site, all orders are shipped for free in Australia. You can upgrade to express shipping for $10.
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