Reddit Reddit reviews 6.5" Stainless Spatula Double End

We found 9 Reddit comments about 6.5" Stainless Spatula Double End. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Spatulas
Cooking Utensils
Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets
Kitchen & Dining
Home & Kitchen
6.5
This is a new double ended #31 Norustain wax carving spatulaGreat for polymer, artists, wax, jewelers, carving and sculptingIt measures approximately 7 1/4" (184 mm) long
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9 Reddit comments about 6.5" Stainless Spatula Double End:

u/dutchesse · 14 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

Honestly? You will screw up once or twice when you first start, but generally, it's a fairly easy process and you'll save yourself a lot of money in the long run by doing it yourself.

Just to give you an idea of how I do it, here are the items I use. If you have Amazon Student/Prime, it'll be even easier:

  • 26mm palette (this one is $19/3)

  • Pipettes

  • Jojoba oil

  • Double-ended spatula

  • Alcohol (I believe mine is 70%, but I'm not able to check on that. Either way, if you're living in a dorm, this is something you may want to have anyways in a first aid kit)

    For me, I mix it in small tupperware (obviously, I don't use this for storing food at anymore). For 2 small packets of Shiro samples (or even a minijar (both of which fit comfortably in the aforementioned palette)), I use a mixture of no more than 3 drops of jojoba oil and use alcohol to mix it into a paste, of which I then place into the aluminum palette.

    You don't want to use an excessive amount of the oil because then it will almost never dry and dilute the color. Whereas, alcohol evaporates out faster so you want to use more of the alcohol than the jojoba oil (or whatever binding solution you choose). Once it gets dried down to a certain point, you can press if you choose to, but I never feel I need to when I do it this way because it's generally pretty uniform.

    I know dorm rooms are crampy, but you can do this anywhere once you get the hang of it and for cheaper than having someone else do it (especially if you take into consideration the excessive shipping costs--which will be more than the cost of what you'd be using for some of these products alone).

    ETA: Added details.
u/sunflowerwater · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000T7PWWA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I haven't received it yet, but I should get it with then next couple of days. It's not prime, but supposedly it ships and delivers in a few days. I chose this one because I'm a bit cheap and it looks like it will last me. According to the reviews, it seems to me it will last better than the rubber ones? I could update you if you want to see if I think it works? You could also enter "every last drop beauty tool" into the search in amazon or ebay (not too sure about the sellers on ebay, but overall i've had a good experience on ebay so far, better on amazon with a prime student account) so you can decide if you think the rubbery elastic one or stainless steel tool will work best for you and/or your budget. It appears to me that the metal one will fit into the glossier milky jelly and can scrape the last of what I have (several uses left, but the dispenser wont pick up much anymore! I always have this problem with the cleansers I choose and hate wasting bc of how much I pay for the cleanser!!)

I have two glossier MJCs still...

Hope this helps and isn't too messy :)

EDIT: The life hacks seemed a bit much for me so I resorted to this lol... You can search "every last drop beauty tool" into google, I think there are other sites like target, walgreens etc if you don't buy from amazon/ebay! Not sure about the shipping

u/Wadine35 · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

It's a primer Tarte makes, i believe this is it and i also believe she uses a spatula similar to this

You have to be careful while using this product, it will start to bead up if it's worked with too much, which is why it doesn't have the best reviews. At least, this is what Stephanie claims.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

show me the money!

One of these because they are super useful to get the last bits of product out of something without having to stab it open and slit your hand open (cough not like I've done that cough)

Thanks for the contest!

u/CaptainCorpsie · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

I got a little spatula like this. I use a candle to warm up the bottom to melt the glue a little bit. Then I use the spatula to slowly work it loose all around the edge. It usually works pretty well.

u/Guilded_Waters · 1 pointr/MakeupRehab

I was having the same issue, but then I bought this makeup spatula. I use it to scoop products out of jars and tubes, and also to break up and re-press powders that I've nearly emptied. I've gotten lots of good use out of it.

u/ellyrose- · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

I'm in Canada, I've never won a contest or been glammed :P

I'm Lana and I absolutely love this community, I look forward to talking to everyone in chat everyday! I don't have any real life girlfriends - or at least none that are interested in makeup. I really love all of you ladies, you're all so inspiring and so friendly! I also really enjoy doing contest makeup or makeup in general on cam with other girls, I always learn something new! ♥♥

Sigh, nothing on amazon.ca or it's either 3x the price ;(

I'd like either a little spatula to scoop out any product (I still need a metal mixing palette but I'll get one eventually) or this NYX lip liner because I only have 1 lip liner and it's clear.

I'm sorry that none are eligible for prime, Canada just sucks :(

u/PatitoIncognito · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

This spatula-thing might be the weirdest. It looks useful to get eyeshadow pans of a palette you're depotting. Last time I used a steak knife and I would like to use something slightly less dangerous next time.

We all know interspecies romance is weird

u/pukebear · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup
  1. My day is going well. Just watching The Office and cuddling my puppies.

  2. This week I want to unpack from my trip and organize my makeup collection.

  3. I'm going to wear my new Macaron Lippies even though I work from home and literally only my dogs will see me. I'm going to watch whatever I want on TV because my family is on vacation. I'm going to pick up my Sephora birthday gift and maybe even buy myself a lipstick.

  4. Here's a makeup spatula!