I purchased the Beautyblender + Too Faced Holiday Kit, during the Sephora sale for several reasons. The special edition Blotterazzi case featuring Too Faced's Jerrod Blandino's dog Clover is so cute! I've never tried Blotterazzi by Beautyblender! This set came with a Beautyblender! This set came with a travel size sample of Too Faced Candlelight Rosy Glow. Ok, let me slow my happiness roll and explain everything! You get a baby pink Beautyblender. At first, I said "it looks kind of small, in comparison to my other Beautyblenders." But when I placed it side by side with another Beautyblender, they were the same size. I use Beautyblenders now more than brushes! I use them for my concealer, foundation, blush (both powder & creams) and also cream contouring. Now the Blotterazzi! I've never tried them. I've already talked about the cute case, but how does it work? There are two slim (flat) sponges inside the case. You take one, press it against your skin, hold and lift. It's suppose to absorb the oil that's on your face, BUT leave your makeup in place. I have very dry skin, so I don't produce much oil. When I tried it, it did absorb the oil I did have on my face and my makeup did stay in place! AGAIN, you're suppose to press down on the oily spot/area. NOT SCRUB YOUR FACE WITH THE SPONGE! LOL Now, I know you're saying, "Kim that's why we have BLOTTING PAPERS!" And you are right! In my opinion, blotting papers absorb much more oil than the Blotterazzi. Plus you can SEE the oil on the blotting paper AND throw it away (hygienic). If you are really oily, I would stick with blotting papers. If you're dry to normal, don't be afraid to try the Blotterazzi. I love it. It works for me, because I can use one to absorb the little oil I have and the other to re-apply makeup to areas of my face that need it. There is a divider so you don't cross-contaminate. There's also a vent. Now, that brings me to CLEANING! These are SPONGES! SPONGES HOLD EVERYTHING! YOU HAVE TO CLEAN AFTER EVERY USE! Beautyblender has cleaners but I don't know if they have antimicrobial ones O_o It's something to think about. You don't want your Blotterazzi to start ummm ... GROWING THINGS! LOL NEXT! Too Faced ROSY GLOW Candlelight! This is travel size and if you don't remember how it looks on me CLICK HERE. Just for kicks & giggles, here's warm glow (didn't like it as much as rosy glow). You can't go wrong with Rosy Glow! So here's my suggestion! If you're OILY, stick with blotting papers. Dry, Normal, Combination skin types, I think you'll love Blotterazzi (but keep it CLEAN). A Beautyblender costs $20. Blotterazzi costs $20. This kit costs $40 (but is limited edition for the holidays). The only thing you're getting "free" is the candlelight (and it's travel size). BUT... you do get cute packaging! Tell me your thoughts! Would you try Blotterazzi? Or will blotting papers work best for you?