I guess my head is not in the gutter: when I covered Sephora Collection's new Ocean Crush Sponge Set ($12) last week, all I saw was an innocent, salmon-covered seashell. Meanwhile, the internet did what it does best: started making a lot of comments about how the blender looks like a d*ck.
According to the brand, "the sponges have multiple ridges and points, as well as a flat cut edge on the base to apply makeup to larger areas of the face." But guess what else has multiple ridges?
Let's let Twitter answer that question:
OMG I'm going to Sephora right now to pick up their new penis sponge! YAY! pic.twitter.com/SCWrCFSDGD— PopLuxe (@OfficialNadi) April 11, 2018
— Danille Rae (@RaeDanille) April 17, 2018
I'm wondering what kind of penises women have seen for them to think the new Sephora sponge looks like a penis
— Marissa (@triplecancer_) April 17, 2018
Well, that's one way to disrupt the standard rose gold makeup brush trend.