Facial Mask Reviews
I get an awful lot of questions regarding the best sleeping masks for brightening and whitening skin. Honestly, not many of them do all that much in my experience.
However, I am on my second container of Tony Moly Ice Queen Snow White Sleeping Cream and I gotta say some of the best results I’ve seen are from it.
I have a big crush on Kevin Beauty Maker. He’s a Taiwanese makeup artist that creates a range of cosmetics and skincare that really rock my world. Seriously, the man created one of my favorite concealers in this known universe, he deserves some props!
I’ve reviewed some of the Kevin Beautymaker Vin Vin Skincare Collection before but today I thought I’d tell you about one of my favorite sheet masks from the collection.
Let’s take a peek!
The Skin Food Banana Yogurt Mask is meant for soothing sensitive skin but I find it’s a treat to tuck in my fridge and smooth on after a stressful day!
Bird’s Nest soup is Chinese delicacy and it an expensive one to boot. Amoung a slew of supposed health benefits, Bird’s Nest is also highly sought after for its skin benefits. Supposedly it helps your skin to retain moisture, strengthens it, etc…
Don’t be confused, yes, Bird’s Nest is exactly that, a bird’s nest.
One of my favorite sheet masks brands, My Beauty Diary, recently introduced a Bird’s Nest mask and I quickly snatches up a few boxes. I’ve been using these masks for a few months now and they could prove to be my favorite from the brand.
Let’s have a look!
Ahh moisture. Dry skin folks are constantly seeking more, more, more. More hydration, more moisture, anything to get our tight, itchy skin back in order.
My own skin is performing at a combo rate at the moment but as the cooler weather approaches, dry skin havoc is right around my skincare corner.
Savior could possibly come in the form of Cyber Colors Instant Moisture Boost Sparkling Mask.