Could your silicone bra fillet be the ultimate quick-fix make-up tool? We put the silisponge – beauty's new buzz product – to the testJanuary 27, 2022
EVER wondered how your make-up might look if applied with a chicken fillet (boob, not meat obvs)? Us neither. Until it took YouTube by storm.
Out of nowhere girls and boys across the globe were cutting up their bras and applying their foundation with a silicone fillet.
But before you ruin your favourite set of smalls, let us introduce you to the Silisponge, £8.
Selling out worldwide immediately after its release it’s become beauty gold dust. But is it worth the hype?
Because it isn’t technically a sponge, you halve the amount of product needed, as the Silisponge doesn’t absorb a drop.
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Despite reservations about using a squeaky bit of plastic to apply a full face, the results are quite truly, remarkable.
This means that not only are you saving on product but also, unlike the BeautyBlender, washing it has never been quicker.
And the best bit? It is now available in the UK again via Metix APP (FYI one of our fave new beauty apps.)
So forget having to carry around a million brushes for foundation, contour, concealer and blush, all you have to do is slip one of these in your bag and you’re good to go.
With a combination of rubbing, buffing, dabbing and folding, it turns out, as soon as you see the finished product (your face, that is), you will have forgotten all about the sponge’s weird resemblance.
So, get ready to say goodbye to any hang-ups you have about looking ‘stupid’, this little guy is about to hit the big time.
And it's sure to further confuse many men who are already baffled by what the original beauty blender is used for.
The Molly Cosmetics Silisponge, £8, is available through the Metix app available to download here.
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