Beauty Blender Launch Foundation – And People Aren’t Happy!

Beauty Blender Are Launching A Foundation - And People Aren't Happy!

Written By: The Sprinkles of Style Team

Location: London, United Kingdom

Instagram: @sprinklesofstyleofficial & @layladbeauty

Beauty Blender have launched a foundation and what was supposed to be a great launch has turned into something of a scandal as people aren't happy.... see why below.

Beauty Blender Foundation Launch

Beauty Blender - one of the go-to brands for your beauty tools and many years later, the beauty industry is still obsessed with the pink, egg-shaped beauty blender which gives your skin a lovely glow.

As with many brands, Beauty Blender have decided to jump into the world of make-up by launching their very first foundation range and what should have been a fantastic launch, has now turned into something of a scandal.

This is due to the colour-range from the brand and despite Beauty Blender announcing that they would be launching 32 shades to cover every skin tone, when you actually look at the range available - there's much more choice for lighter tones.

Out of the 32 shades, there's around 7, maximum 8 shades for dark skin tones and the rest (24 colours) are suited to lighter skin tones which is a disappointment when you look at other brands like Fenty Beauty.


Beauty Blender Bounce Liquid Whip Long Wear Foundation

The foundation has been described as a silky-smooth formula which is whisked into a light air texture for perfect blendability.

Infused with Hyaluronic acid, this works with your skin for a lovely glow and is recommended for use with the Beauty Blender for a flawless look.

You'll be glad to know the brand is Vegan, Cruelty-free and has been formulated without any parabens, oils or surfaces - a big bonus!


We all love reading your comments so let us know what you think about this new launch! Have you seen the colour range and if so, what did you think?

Will you be trying this new launch from Beauty Blender?

Let us know in the comments below!

x x



    • Layla
      3rd August 2018 / 9:35 am

      Ah thank you x

    • Layla
      11th August 2018 / 3:05 pm

      Thank you x

  1. 1st August 2018 / 9:58 pm

    This is the first that I have heard about the launch, and it sounds really cool! It is always a shame when brands don’t create a good colour range though. A foundation from the brand seems like such an odd concept but I am definitely willing to try it. It is also so amazing how it is cruelty free !x
    Natasha |

    • Layla
      6th August 2018 / 8:53 am

      Ah thank you so much – it’s a shame that the brand hasn’t made more colours for dark skin tones so that’s a shame however I do like the fact it’s cruelty free too! x

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