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The Cheaper Way to Blot Out

No filter.A cheaper alternative to anything offered at Ulta.Egypt might be trying to blot out their last two revolutions from high school history books, but sweltering Summer heat most likely has you wanting to do the same. Don’t worry as always, PD’s got you covered.

If you feel like your Too Faced Born This Way foundation is looking a little too much straight out of your mother’s womb, and you’d rather not fork out the $30 plus prices for traditional blotting papers at Sephora, you can instead hop down to your local Wegmans and pick up a box of coffee filters for about $3.By the box.

Made from similar ingredients (minus perhaps an infusion of coconut or maracuja oil) coffee filters are a cheaper alternative to keeping your face from running down your shirt as August nears.

You’re welcome. 

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  • Guest (Prolians)

    Coffee filters are great for this. You can also pre-cut them to whatever size works best for your bag.

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