You will never see me use an oil blotting sheet on myself. I have the driest skin and you'd probably see me dab a bit of moisturizer or spritz myself with moisturizing spray instead. Though there are stuffs I don't use, there are definitely a lot of products out there that can stir my interest and I am sure it will be useful for readers who are on the oilier side.
I have used a couple of oil blotting sheets on clients who have VERY oily skin. Is it vital for me? Not for myself but yes, it is vital as a make-up artist! It helps a lot to have this inside the kit for those makeup and retouch moment, I once had an experience applying light powder on the groom, I spritz water and wiped his face well prior to doing so. I thought I was ready! But turned out, this guy client have very oily skin so the powder ended up on his face in blotches! Boy! Am I glad I was early and I had enough time to ask him to wash his face all over again and thank goodness for oil blotters which are heaven sent on times like these!
One Oil Blotting Sheet I've used is from J&J Clean & Clear, it costs a little bit above Php100 (approx $3.00) for 60 sheets. I like it that it doesn't tear like other paper blotting sheets.
Now, I Wonder:
"Do You Use Oil Blotting Sheets?
If Yes, what's your favorite brand?"
Before I end this post, I want to give a shoutout to my wonderful friends for sending me Christmas gifts! Thank you! It arrived super late but it gave me a huge smile! I do have a rough 2009 and 2010 may not be an exception! But having people who cares from all walks of life can make my life easier! :)
From my long time friend Toma
And from my angel in Malaysia!
Major hugs for the love! :)