This Is How the Beautyblender Can Refresh Your Look

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The Beautyblender Joy

The Beautyblender Joy

After a glorious few weeks of rainbows and activism, Pride month is marching its way towards a triumphant finish. Here in New York City, people from all over the world will be donning their most festive pieces to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the birth of the LGBTQ rights movement at NYC WorldPride 2019.

Looking for a healthy glow as you live out loud? Consider taking the Beautyblender out for a spin. In celebration of Pride, they’ve released the limited edition Beautyblender Joy. The egg-shaped sponge is the perfect way to ensure creams, powders, and foundations blend evenly on your skin. Plus, its vibrant yellow hue is the perfect reminder to let your inner beauty shine brightly.

The applicator is beauty made simple, with three easy steps for use. First, wet with water. Then, squeeze out any excess water. Finally, bounce any complexion products for flawless results. With Beautyblender, your outside will be as beautiful as your inside. Latex- and scent-free, it’s also beauty your skin can feel good about.

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Give a Little Bit

Beautyblender Joy is also beauty your soul can feel good about. Throughout June, beautyblender will donate 10% of proceeds to LGBTQ causes through the Human Rights Campaign. Steve Endean founded the HRC in 1980. Since then, it has grown to become the largest LGBTQ civil rights organizations in the country. Their political activism has contributed to inclusivity victories such as national marriage equality and the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” military policy on LGBTQ service members. Campaigns on social media, including #AsktheGays and #LoveConquersHate, have helped bring awareness to issues facing the community throughout the country and beyond.

This Pride, show the world what you’re made of. Outfit yourself in something fierce and fabulous, and walk with poise and confidence wherever you go. Visit them online for more info.

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Last modified: July 8, 2019