Tati Westbrook releases a new makeup blender after weeks of promising fans a ‘game-changing product’, Business Insider

On Thursday, the YouTuber announced that she’s created two makeup-blending puffs called Blendiful. Both products are sold in an $18 set, which launches Friday at 10 a.m. PT. The launch aligns with a restock of her Textured Neutrals eye-shadow palette, which retails for $48. Ahead of the official launch, however, people have shared their mixed reactions to Westbrook’s announcement. Her new video, called “TATI BEAUTY … Restock + New Launch,” features Westbrook showcasing the Blendiful: an $18 set comprised of two makeup puffs. One is a gray triangle large enough to work across the entire face, while the second is a black heart-shaped puff intended for more precise use. According to Westbrook, the Blendiful is a makeup tool “unlike no other.” It’s said to be made from a unique fabric that can blend everything from powder to liquids, and is also machine-washable for numerous uses. “I feel like a lot of these tools that are in the pro community for artists sometimes get overlooked by consumers because they don’t know how to use them,” Westbrook said. Westbrook also made a conscious decision to limit the amount of packaging used to ship the Blendiful. “You guys know I do my very very ...

Beauty fanatics go wild for $11 mini washing machine that can clean MAKEUP SPONGES

Makeup fanatics on social media are gushing over mini washing machine that can be used to clean makeup applicators.  A video clip of the tiny washing machine went viral when beauty blogger Tiffany Lynette Davis from North Carolina shared a tutorial of how she used the gadget, which she originally purchased for her doll’s house, to clean her makeup sponges to Instagram on Thursday, May 9.   Since the now-viral video which shows the mini machine in action was shared, thousands of users have inquired about the handy tool.  Bizarre: A viral video shared by  beauty blogger Tiffany Lynette Davis on Instagram shows a mini washing machine designed to clean makeup sponges and brushes  Step-by-step: The tutorial shows the makeup artist putting water (L) into the machine before adding a dollop of face cleanser (R) and turning the machine on  Interesting! After the cleanser and water were added to the tiny pink machine, which Tiffany originally bought for her doll’s house, the water was seen spinning and foaming up  Tiffany’s video demonstrated how she used the mini machine, which retails for $5 on Amazon, to clean two of her makeup sponges.   The makeup artist told HuffP...