Essentially, the face net is like a loofah. Both the face net and loofah is made from mesh material and are are used to create a wondrous amount of fluffy foam! But unlike a shower loofah, you do not use the face net directly on the face.
The instructions are easy: simply wet the face net and add a drop of cleanser then begin massaging the mesh material between your hands. Squeeze all the foam you can hold in one hand and proceed to use it on your face.
I only need half the amount of cleanser I normally use to create handfuls of fluffy goodness, but not all at once. You can massage the face net repeated to recreate a bountiful of foam, all from half (or less) a pump of cleanser. Seriously, even the least soapy facial cleansers can turn into bubbly heaven thanks to the face net.
Foam cleansers are half of the exception. If the net is sopping wet, I find it dilutes foam cleansers. If the face net is less wet, it can create 10x the amount of foam I started with. The full exception is soapless cleansers such as cream cleansers.
What's included with a face net is a satin or plastic-y roped (looped) so you can hang dry the face net after each use. Mine comes with an extra ring so that the face ne cannot escape my hands.
I also tried washing my make-up brushes with foam it and works better than my normal method. My "normal", now old, method was washing my brushes with pure gel cleanser. I used one full pump of cleanser to clean two brushes face brush. One pump cleaned an average of three eye shadow brushes. With the new foam method, I use half the amount cleanser and it works just as well. The foam reaches in between every hair so the method is thoroughly cleaning. Also, my brushes dry softer this way.
The moral of this story is to GO GET YOURSELF A FACE NET. You don't want it, you need it. To top off this post, look at my fluff!