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Replace my old Tweezerman Slant Tweezer?

tweezerman slant tweezer Replace my old Tweezerman Slant Tweezer?

My right and left brains are fighting because I’m undecided if I should get the Tweezerman for Benefit Tweezers. My right brain insist that the new Tweezerman for Benefit Slant Tweezer is too pretty to give it a miss and come on, the current Tweezerman Slant Tweezer is too old! My left brain on the other hand insist that there’s nothing wrong with using the old tweezer because it is still trusty and precise so why waste the money? So which side should I listen to?

Review: EcoTools Bamboo Foundation Brush

EcoTools Bamboo Foundation Brush1 Review: EcoTools Bamboo Foundation Brush

I couldn’t resist getting the EcoTools Bamboo Foundation Brush even though it probably cost more getting it at Watsons than online. However, paying S$11.90 seems okay for me especially when it granted me instant gratification.

Earth-friend and cruelty free
EcoTools is a range of earth-friendly beauty tools that are also supposed to be easy on our pocket. The brushes are made of synthetic Taklon bristles that are 100% cruelty free and from what I’ve read online, the range have received much raves from users all over. In fact, this Bamboo Foundation Brush I bought received 4.2 out of 5 ratings from 117 users at Makeupalley. Unfortunately, it didn’t make the mark for me.

Everyday Minerals Flat Top Brush Is Too Dense

 Everyday Minerals Flat Top Brush Is Too Dense
So I caved in to all the raves I’ve read on the beauty forums and from fellow beauty bloggers and bought the Everyday Minerals Flat Top Brush finally.  It was on sale and I only paid S$10 for it.  I was very excited about this brush and expected it to perform better than the current synthetic kabuki brushes I’m using from Momo Minerals.   But did it?

Tatcha aburatorigami Japanese blotting paper

 Tatcha aburatorigami Japanese blotting paper

I have stopped using blotting paper for a long time.  The last ones I used were from Clean and Clear and now, I usually just use a tissue to pat off excess oil if I have to, in the middle of the day.  But when Vicky of Tatcha contacted me to ask me to test her Japanese made aburatorigami blotting papers, I just had to say yes.  Just look at how pretty they are! *right brain tingling* Vicky was very generous and sent me three packets of the aburatorigami papers to try.  You see a lot more in this picture and that’s because I’ve requested more for you, my readers!  *wink*