Beau’s beauty sponge, the one you get when you use it on your skin, has a reputation for being a “beau bug.”
But, according to a new book, that wasn’t always the case.
According to The New York Times, in 2007, the then-25-year-old beauty sponge became an “affectionately known” and “frequently-asked” item.
That was the year that Beau started her career as a beauty professional.
The story went viral, inspiring an entire industry of beauty bloggers, makeup artists, and makeup artists to try to replicate her look.
The result was the Beau Beauty Sponge Bug, which became an obsession for the teen model, her friends, and even her dad.
Bette Davis (right) is shown in 2007.
It was a “giant leap,” says Katie, who is now a makeup artist in Los Angeles.
She used her own skin and the sponge’s makeup to create her signature makeup look.
But it wasn’t until a year later that the sponge began to appear on Instagram, with photos of it appearing in various beauty blogs.
“That was really the beginning of what we did with the Beau sponge,” says Davis.
“I didn’t want it to just be my skin.
It had to be a whole different persona, and a whole other style of makeup.”
For Davis, the sponge was a major influence on the way she dressed.
“When I started my career, I would just wear makeup, I guess, like every day,” she says.
“My first day in the office, I put on my makeup and walked out the door.
And that’s how it was.”
The popularity of the sponge led to a few other cosmetic products inspired by it.
The sponge’s namesake is Beau, who had a long-term relationship with a former model who was the inspiration for her own face makeup, according a New York Post article from 2012.
According to the New York Daily News, a former makeup artist, who was also dating Beau at the time, was inspired to try and recreate the look after watching the YouTube videos of other makeup artists trying to replicate the look.
According to the website, “I just thought that this is a great thing for Beau to do, and I thought she would really love it,” says the beauty sponge’s designer, Lauren.
Lauren’s husband, who she met through the beauty salon business, introduced her to Beau, and the couple has been together ever since.
Lauren says that the Beau-inspired products they create are “just about her, and her makeup.”
“It’s really about her and her style and her skin and her looks, and Beau’s look, so I think it’s a beautiful combination,” she told ABC News.
While some of the products are more “makeup for the face” or “for the lips,” the rest are products that “just try to recreate the looks that she’s used to.”
The beauty sponge has also been embraced by celebrities, with actress and singer Kate Upton sharing a picture of herself wearing it in 2011.
But even with all of that fame, the Beau beauty sponge remains an “influential” product for young girls and young women, says Kelly O’Connor, a makeup and beauty stylist and author of the blog The Beauty Sponge Girl.
Kelly says that Beau is a product that’s “for young girls, especially younger women,” and that it’s important for young women to have confidence in their makeup and their choices. “
And it’s been around for a long time.”
Kelly says that Beau is a product that’s “for young girls, especially younger women,” and that it’s important for young women to have confidence in their makeup and their choices.
“If you’re not confident in your makeup and your choices, that’s a bad sign,” she adds.
“So it’s really important to be able to see that there’s a Beau that’s out there.”
Bella Thorne (left) and Beau (right).
The Beau Beauty Sponge Bug has also gained a cult following among teenagers.
According, to ABC News: “The Beau beauty sponges are now a fashion item for a generation that has never seen anything like them before,” says Kelly.
“Bette’s popularity and her fame has become a big part of her personal brand.”
Bette is now known for her unique and distinctive look, and with her popularity, Beau has become even more sought-after for beauty products.