If you have combination or oily skin then you’re probably well acquainted with blotting paper. They usually come in a slim paper packet that gets worn around the edges over time. Sometimes they even look a little squashed and start looking a little shabby. So when I was picking up the Magic Wands from Too Cool For School, I knew I had to buy this blotting paper case too!
Dinoplatz Dear Brachiosaurus Blotting Paper has an absurdly long name, but has an award winning design to make up for it. The blotting paper comes in a plastic case instead of cardboard, so if you’re looking for something sturdy to carry your blotting paper in, this is it. It looks like some other K-Beauty brands such as Etude House and Nature Republic both have plastic cases for blotting paper, but the pink Etude House case looks like a little girl’s plaything and the Nature Republic case is green, bland, and boring.
The other special thing about this blotting paper case is that it comes with a puff. I love the seafoam color with the words Dinoplatz scrawled on the ribbon. This whimsical puff makes it so easy to pick up a sheet of blotting paper.
The puff works its magic with a large sticky adhesive. I know some regular blotting paper packets have adhesives on the flap, but overtime they lose their stickiness. This puff comes with 5 adhesive sheets so you can change it when need be. I think it’s things like this that really make you love a product even more. The attention to detail that makes my life easier, and the generous number of adhesives keeps me from having to worry about the puff becoming obsolete when the adhesive dies. The puff also lets you to blot your face without the embarrassment of everyone seeing how much oil you had on your face. The case has a handy magnified mirror and 50 sheets of Korean mulberry blotting paper. When you run out you can purchase refills instead of having to pay for a case again. Here’s to clever yet functional design for beauty products! Cheers!
Your turn ♥ Which blotting paper do you use? Do you prefer the blue film sheets or the paper sheets?