I’ve written about a blending sponge before here, but today I’m reviewing another one. I’m sure most of you know what blending sponges are, but I’m going to give you a very quick description just in case you aren’t familiar with them yet. Blending splonges are used for applying liquid foundations, but you have to wet them first before you start dabbing on the foundation. I think they are especially great for people with dry skin, because the foundation doesn’t cling to patches as much as it would if you applied it with a brush, and it is also great for achieving a rather sheer and very natural base. Ok, that was my little explanation, and now I’m going to tell you a few things about this particular blending splonge you can see in the above photo. I picked up the Sonia Kashuk sponge in the States, right after my previous Cosmopolitan one started falling apart and getting a bit nasty. At first, I thought that they would be completely the same, but it turned out that they have one major difference. Unlike the Cosmopolitan one, the Sonia Kashuk blending splonge does not expand when it’s damp and absorbs way less product. As far as the application goes, it functions just as well as the Cosmopolitan one, but I find that you can apply your foundation quicker with it, because it is more solid and as I have said, does not absorb too much product, so you don’t have to apply as many layers to achieve more coverage. Have you tried any of those two yourself? Which one do you prefer?