My Beauty Diary kinda took the French pastry route with one of its newer, limited edition collections. One of the pieces of the collection included Grey Tea & Macaron Facial Sheet Masks.
The mask supposedly contains essence from earl grey tea, honestly, earl grey probably runs through my veins already instead of blood since I drink so much of it so I probably don’t need a mask with more of it.
The mask promises to illuminate and clarify to ease dullness.
Does it work?
Apologies for the rehash but…
For those who never used an Asian Sheet Mask it’s simply a high quality fiber mask which is saturated with an essence (very wet feeling) that you apply on your face for 20 to 60 minutes. The masks have a cut out for your mouth and eyes so it’s a comfortable fit as you wear it. Different masks are meant for different skin problems or issues and you can purchase any number of formulas for brightening, soothing, whitening, etc…..
One of the nicest things about the My Beauty Diary Earl Grey Tea & Macaron Sheet Mask are the fact they have a lovely lemon-y scent. It’s a sweet tea and lemon scent that’s very refreshing and pretty and truly probably one of the best fragrances I’ve experienced from My Beauty Diary.
The mask supposedly contains many fruit extracts and also Arbutin for whitening. I don’t necessarily see any whitening or brightening but dullness is eased dramatically after a single use however results are not long term in my experience so indulging in a mask or two a week is nice way to keep your face looking refreshed.
The mask is pretty nice as I, for one, suffer from dull, tired looking skin and this revives it quite nicely however…
They are probably the worst masks I’ve tried from My Beauty Diary do to the very thin fiber they are made of. I find they tear super easily around the nose and mouth area as I pat (patting is customary with Asian Facial Sheet Masks). It got to the point that the mask would last the 20-50 minutes that I had it on as it was falling apart.
Overall, Earl Grey Tea & Macaron Sheet Mask are a decent mask but the thinner consistency of the cotton used to create the mask was awful.
You can find a box of ten of these on various online shops as well as E-bay for around $14.99 but I personally recommend Sasa if possible as it’s $11.80 for the box which is a nice deal.
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