|beauty blenders...the original Beauty Blender stands out|
|just an ordinary stash I'd pick up from Dis-Chem and Clicks on an average visit to the mall|
|these are probably my most used lovelies|
If you are wondering where to find some of the best (affordable) puffs and blenders: go to Dis-Chem. Clicks also have a few options to try, but I buy most of my consumables, including puffs and blenders, from the nice big Dis-Chem at Canal Walk. They are my Boots. They even have house-brands that are really good. I also just bought some gorgeous Alcone puffs from Masque in Cape Town; they are just such a perfect size, and superior quality. I treat my puffs and blenders with as much respect as I treat my brushes, so I wash them carefully and very often (like immediately after a shoot). And don't pull your nose up at Chinatown; I've found some interesting ones there...okay maybe just one good one that I found there (but I use it all the time).
Whatever you choose to work with, love it. If you don't enjoy using a tool or product, then it shouldn't be in your kit.
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