Take Off Your Mask

If you've been following along on my blog for a while then you know that I absolutely am a sucker for face masks. If you didn&...



If you've been following along on my blog for a while then you know that I absolutely am a sucker for face masks. If you didn't know that, well there's a fun fact for you. I'm always down to try a new mask and the excitement I get over it isn't normal. Considering my unconventional love for these beauty products I decided to do a quick little round up of some of the ones I've been using lately.


Both of these masks are packed with product when you open then, so make sure you're over a sink or some other area you don't potentially mind getting serum all over. After you manage to unfold it, you slap it on your face and leave it there for about 20 minutes. I always think you look so creepy with sheet masks on (like you have to admit you basically look like a serial killer wearing someone else's skin), but hilarious at the same time, and I always struggle to line up all the holes with my mouth and eyes and always find it slipping down my face over time. After you've had it on for long enough you take it off, discard it, and then rub the excess serum into your skin. I find there tends to be a lot left over, but you just need to take that extra minute to massage it in and I promise you won't regret it. A couple minutes after all the serum had sunk in, my face was left feeling so damn silky and smooth!



Endota Spa High-Performance Lifting Mask
This mask is also completely packed with product, to the point it began to drip on me while I was sitting with it on my face. However, all the product really work the charm. Just as with the Lonvitalite masks, after you remove the sheet, massage in all the leftover product, follow with your current moisturiser and your face is going to be left feeling as smooth as a baby's bottom.


Endota Spa Charcoal Detox Mask
As if I'm not sucker enough for a good face mask, I think charcoal detox ones are my favourite. I just love the idea of a mask giving your face a real good clean and getting all the crap out and off your face. First off, maybe this is a bit weird to say, but I love the cool grey colour of this mask. Smear this all over your face and leaving it for about twenty minutes. This one doesn't dry super hard so you can leave it for as long as you're comfortable with, but I'd say give it at least twenty minutes to work its magic. Did I mention it also smells so nice, quite citrus-like.

I've mentioned this one many, many times on the blog and it's because I just love it! For those who may have missed me talking about this one, this is a serious detoxing face mask. You mix about a teaspoon of the clay powder with a bit less than a teaspoon of water and then smear the paste all over your face and wait for it to dry. Now this stuff dries SUPER tight so 1; avoid putting this to close to under your eyes because it will not feel nice and to me it just doesn't seem like it's good for that sensitive under-eye skin, 2; don't have any plans to go anywhere for at maximum an hour after using this stuff because it leaves your face quite red from pulling it so tight. Despite this, it always leaves my face feeling so smooth and clean.


You Might Also Like

0 comments

I love reading your comments, so leave me a little something below.