I’m such a sucker because I ordered Too Faced Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask when it launched and now I have a migraine because there’s a new Too Faced Disco Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask for Spring 2019 that launches shortly.
Hold a second, I need to go lay down and rest.
Ok, I’m back.
I’m just saying we don’t need another Too Faced Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask. Please stop with the Insta-beauty BS.
If you somehow live under a rock Too Faced Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask launched several months ago and was obviously an excellent social media marketing strategy. I mean, think about it, a glittery pink facial mask and hundreds of people snapping selfies with it on and posting it on Instagram. Of course, it’s going to go viral because glitter and pink just gets us every time! If we could we’d eat glitter pink cornflakes in the morning! We’d sleep on glittery pink bed sheets! Well, some of us would. I’m one of those girls that lives for glitter and yeah, sure, I like the shade pink.
In reality though, the whole Insta-beauty thing can be annoying and grates on the nerves after a while. Because brands like Too Faced and Tarte rely very heavily on social media to gain portions of their sales and they do spend some of their time catering to that social following by creating products like Too Faced Disco Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask in the hopes of gaining new followers.
You know someone out there is insta-famous hungry and is gun ho to create a 1 minute video of themselves with the latest Drake song playing in the background (or maybe they’ll get really creative and put some disco music on like Boogie Fever) while they apply and peel off Too Faced Disco Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask in the hopes of gaining 1000s of followers when Too Faced re-grams it.
I tried Too Faced Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask and it was drying as hello because hey, it contains alcohol! Surprise! And other unsavory morsels like carmine, heavy fragrance, and aluminum powder! Of course, I’m no chemist but I didn’t really notice all the benefits they promise this mask will do to my complexion when I use it. And the questions remains, do we really need glitter in a facial mask?
Don’t quote me here but I can’t find any differences in the Disco Glow Job formula. It appears it is simply a black sparkly version that’s launching.
I’m just throwing my opinion around here but do we really new shade of this mask? Really?
Anyway, you can expect Too Faced Disco Glow Job Radiance-Boosting Glitter Face Mask to arrive shortly at toofaced.com for Spring 2019.