TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami Oil Blotting Paper Review

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Published on October 11, 2011 with 2 Comments

Again and again I have gushed my love for TATCHA Aburatorigami and starting this fall, these awesome Japanese oil blotting papers will come in a new, clutch size with charcoal!

TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami Blotting Papers

Packaged in a sleek, black sleeve that will fit in any purse or makeup bag, the TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami comes in a pack of 40 sheets. Each sheet measures 2.75 inch x 2.75 inch, which is an inch smaller in height and width than the the original Aburatorigami.

TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami Charcoal Blotting Papers


Thanks to the added charcoal, a popular ingredient in Japanese skincare products to soak up oil and de-gunk, the sheets are black. Yet like the original TATCHA, they are fragrance-free, powder-free, all-natural, biodegradable and made from 100% abaca leaf with little gold flakes that look and feel SO luxe!

Not to mention, their ability to suck up excess oil and sweat without disturbing makeup or stealing moisture from the skin is simply marvelous! I have been using them on different clients and everyone LOVED them.

Definitely both thumbs up for TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami!

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New to TATCHA? Read my review of the original TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami to see why the beauty editors at VOGUE, Allure and stars like Madonna can’t live with it!

TATCHA Evening Aburatorigami is available at www.tatcha.com and various retailers for $15 for a pack of 40 sheets or $50 for 4 packs (160 sheets).

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  1. Charcoal blotting papers are my must-haves. Will have to try this now!

  2. OMG I have to have this.

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