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Matte Matters, Part III: Designer Blotting Papers

Welcome to the final installment of Matte Matters, my three-part series on designer blotting papers. (In case you missed them, here's Part I and Part II.) Oil-absorbing sheets have gone high-end, so you can now maintain a flawless matte face on the go and indulge your designer side, too. Here are three more new additions to the high-end blotting market.

Bourjois Anti-Shine Blotting Sheets ($13.50) are powder-free anti-shine papers that help absorb any excess oils and sebum on your face. And who can resist the stylist animal-print package? Each packet contains 50 sheets.

For two more blotting papers,

Tarte Little Blot Book ($32) is a two-in-one product. One side houses sheets of translucent matte powder, which is great for setting your makeup, while the other side contains powder-free blotting papers. Both are great shine busters and can be used separately or together.

Sephora Stay Matte Blotting Film ($10) has a unique soft and highly absorbent texture, and the 50-sheet pop-up dispenser makes them super easy to access.

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