Buzzing Beauty Buffer eases makeup application

As every woman knows, there are just those mornings when applying makeup feels more like applying spackle to a weathered wall — it often just doesn’t go smoothly.

Thankfully, the people who brought you the Clarisonic sonic cleansing brush have come up with the perfect solution to makeup application with their Buzzing Beauty Buffer. The battery operated brush blends liquid, cream, mousse or powder perfectly onto skin while de-puffing and improving circulation. To use, simply dip the sponge into chosen formula or apply makeup directly onto face first. Press the button to activate the buffer and follow the face chart provided, using a circular motion to massage formula onto skin.

The brush is simple to clean. Just twist base of sponge to remove and wash with mild shampoo & lukewarm water. The battery life is 240 minutes. To replace the battery, twist base of the buffer.

The Buzzing Beauty Buffer is sold at Ulta stores and retails for around $28.

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