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Makeup Spatula for Foundation


Foundation is expensive but how can you get every drop from the bottle? Let me introduce you to the makeup spatula!

A makeup spatula is a beauty tool must have for moms.

If you’ve been inside a Sephora recently you know that makeup is an investment. Especially a good foundation.

A quick price check shows that they start at $20 and go up from there. Drugstore foundation isn’t cheap either!

It’s basically liquid gold. So how do you make sure you’re getting all of what you pay for?

The Solution for Getting Every Drop of Foundation

A while back I found the perfect foundation. I love the color and how it stays on all day but there is one huge problem!

The spatula built into the lid doesn’t reach the sides or bottom of the bottle!

The foundation formula is so thick that you can’t turn the bottle upside down to get it out. Trust me I tried like a maniac.

It was a huge bummer and made me start thinking about finding a different foundation.

Then a little piece of plastic fixed everything! A makeup spatula!

Consider my mind blown! 

Use a makeup spatula to get every drop of foundation from the bottle.

What Else Can You Use a Makeup Spatula for?

Makeup Spatula isn’t just for foundation either. It’s also perfect for trapped lotion.

This spatula can also be used for blending colors or mixing your foundation with a little bit of moisturizer. It’s totally washable and just really convenient to have!

Do NOT let your little boys see this because it will immediately become a mini sword and then you won’t be able to find it when you need it.

There was a time when I had 3 bottles of almost empty foundation in my drawer because I couldn’t let that makeup go to waste. This spatula got it out!


I’m thinking about getting a beauty spatula for my craft supplies too. I think this will be perfect for extending the life of those mini paint bottles!

Have you ever heard of a makeup spatula?

Buy a Makeup Spatula here.

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This post was originally published on February 10, 2016, and has now been updated.

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