Yes, it’s been confirmed, I purchased the Tony Moly Ice Queen Crispy Green Tea Pack because it looks like a little ice cream sundae. I’m that shallow about packaging, for shame!
But who can resist a facial mask shaped like a little ice cream sundae! Tell me, WHO?
Thus far, BRTC Facial Sheet Masks have proved incredibly disappointing but I think I’ve finally nailed down one I actually like.
Let’s take a look at the BRTC Vitamin C Velvet Mask.
BRTC, a cult favorite BB Cream creator, is known in Korea for some of its great Blemish Balm creams as well as their great skincare.
Having tried many of their BB Creams and skincare products I felt very confident that I’d love their sheet masks but so far I’m terribly shocked I haven’t had any great success with them.
I checked out one of the Multi-Vital earlier this month and disliked it and recently I’ve been using their Rice Stem Cell Mask and have experienced similiar disappointment.
What the heck?
Holika Holika is a popular brand that’s taking Korean by storm courtesy the Harry Potter-like marketing of the products and stores.
Their skincare comes in potion-like bottles and jars that has a witch-y kinda look to it. Very cute in my opinion but that goes without saying when it comes to Korean brands.
Of course, they also have color cosmetics as well in equally delightful packaging (and CNBLUE slapped into a few commercials helps things along dramatically, pause for fan girl squeal! You know you want members of CNBLUE applying your makeup, don’t be lying!).
I was curious about the skincare but I had my doubts about how effective it would be considering this line is geared more towards a younger generation of makeup and skincare users.
But I indulged in the Holika Holika Medi-Medi Vita C Pack Skin Brightening Wash Off Mask since I have my little obsessions with whitening/brightening products.
Let’s take a look!