As a dull, dry skinned girl I do use my fair share of facial sheet masks in my skincare regime! Lately My Beauty Diary Lemon Vit-C Mask happens to be on my hit list.
Imma tell you, if you don’t use facial sheet masks you’re missing out on one of your skincare life’s greatest joys.
Take a peek!
Kevin Beautymaker is a line of cosmetics created by a famous Taiwanese Makeup Artist. The line is sadly not available in the US but a quick search online and across the board on Evil-Bay will prove fruitful. I believe even Sasa.com carries his collection.
For the most part the brand has always been a raging success for me. He introduced a Concealer Stick sometime ago that I never got a chance to review. This review was brought on by a reader because she was interested in the stick and found it online for purchase. She had mentioned that I loved the Aqua Eye Concealer and asked if I felt the same way about the stick.
My Scheming Sakura Night Jelly is a moisturizing gel sleeping mask that can be used to restore hydration to skin over night. There are such an array of sleep masks available from Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and other Asian countries they tend to all run together for me as sometimes they aren’t all that amazing.
I must admit I did like this one though!
You’ll never guess…
My Beauty Diary Facial Sheet Masks are now sold at Walmart.com
I wonder if they’ll be available in store. As of now Walmart.com sells about thirteen varieties of the popular Taiwanese Sheet Mask in boxes of ten or more at prices of $11.90 to $14.75.
If I wasn’t looking at with my own two eyes I’d totally think it was a lie.
My favorite E-bayer, AlphaBeautyUK, has gotten in new My Scheming Mask Sets for $8.95. These sets include a range of different facial sheet masks from Taiwanese Brand My Scheming.
I’ve tried a few bits and bobs from My Scheming but never their sheet masks. I was drawn to this set because it includes seven masks in a variety of formulas. My Beauty Diary and a few other brands do these variety style sets. I like these because they allow you to try several formulas before committing to a single formula in a larger box.
Take a look!