Facial Mask Reviews
With Spring here and Winter kinda behind us I’ve been using Freeman Charcoal & Black Sugar Facial Polishing Mask to whisk away dry, flaky skin.
Dude, have I ever lead you wrong? You seriously need to try this stuff. As a hardcore fan of Lush Dark Angels and Coalface and of course, MAC Volcanic Ash I was all about it as soon as I heard “Charcoal”. Seriously, my little beauty radar begins to bleep whenever I hear charcoal. It’s been programed to do so thanks to Lush who turned me onto the joys of charcoal in my skincare!
Might sound weird but it is absolutely thee awesome.
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I recently purchased one of the new My Beauty Diary Two-Step Winter Bright Packs from Sasa.com. Typically I purchase a box of any My Beauty Diary Masks but sadly, they only had this in a single purchase when I was shopping (they now offer it in a box).
I wasn’t too disturbed to purchase the one since I have SO many sheet masks it is borderline silly and many produce similiar results however, after trying this I quickly went back for a box of eight because it’s seriously a great one!
My Beauty Diary started launching 2 Step Facial Sheet Masks about a year ago. The Africa Hydrating Pack is one of those 2 Step Packs.
The mask is formulated with Africa’s wild natural plant ingredients such as mango, Morocco myrtle, sea coconut, and frankincense extract supposedly. Considering I have drier skin I definitely wanted to give it a try.
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So you love Lush Mask of Magnaminty? Queen Helen Mint Julep Masque is the perfect way to get your Lush fix on the cheap!
At around $2.99 this delightful mint mask is the perfect treat for those that need to detox their pores.
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Target has a new Masque Bar by Look Beauty in stores this Spring that are sure to please sheet mask lovers. I tried out the Look Beauty Brightening Sheet Mask recently.
If you’re used to hauling 10 or more sheet masks in a box for around $8-$12 from Asia, Masque Bar might prove a tad expensive at a three set for $9.99 but they are far more easier to get your hands on. The budget world is sadly lacking in sheet masks here in the US. What’s common in the Asian market is sadly lacking in our own. I personally purchase sheet masks from a variety of sources but most of that shopping is done online with airmail fees involved.
It’s rather novel to be able to walk into my local Target and shop for a facial sheet mask. And most recently Walmart started selling My Beauty Diary online. I hope more beauty budget brands catch up.
So how are the Masque Bar by Look Beauty Sheet Masks?
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