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Gold flake blotting papers! A 300 year old Japanese beauty secret for a petal fresh complexion revealed. Removes excess oil and sweat without disturbing makeup or stealing moisture from the skin. A powder and primer alternative that improves the wear of makeup. For all skin types: oily, normal, dry & sensitive. Fragrance-free. Powder-free. Oil-free. All-natural, biodegradable. No animal testing. Handmade in Japan.
Made with the finest grade of abaca leaf, prized for strength, absorbency and softness. No pulp to dry and irritate delicate skin and remove makeup.
Real gold flake in each leaflet for authenticity. Gold flake will not transfer onto skin.
Size: 3.74" X 3.74"
Have you checked out these gorgeous blotting papers from Mai Couture? Not only do they help keep your shine down, they have blush and bronzer papers too to keep your makeup fresh! They also come in a super sleek wallet to store your Mai Couture in. Check out the different type of blotting papers they have for shine. They include papers infused with Lavender and Vitamin C and E.
We think these beauty papers are a wonderful way to keep your face and makeup fresh while adding a little style to your hand bag! Who doesn't want to pull one of these glam blotting papers out of their purse?Read More »
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Congratulations to b-glowing.com brand, Tatcha, for their bio feature on founder Victoria Tsai in April's O Magazine.
Victoria Tsai gave readers the inside scoop on how the Tatcha brand came to be. Tsai found inspiration on a trip to Japan back in 2009, after meeting a group of geisha.
"Without their stage makeup on, their skin is so clear and smooth, whether they're 20 or 80."
Three years later, Tatcha was born.
We loved reading about Victoria Tsai's beauty journey, everything from the first beauty product she ever owned (Hello Kitty blotting tissues) to her latest discovery, fellow b-glowing.com brand By Terry's Rouge Terrybly.
"A good friend who's a makeup artist told me recently that my brownish berry lipstick was aging me. He suggested I make my lips a touch lighter than my natural color instead. I switched to By Terry Rouge Terrybly Lipstick in Terrybly Nude, and I look so much fresher."
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