Last year, the beauty world was hit by the L’Oreal Pure Clay Masks. I feel like this was the first time multi-masking really hit the mass market and it took me ages to get hold of the original three masks. They were sold out everywhere! L’Oreal have now released another two masks to add to the range which haven’t had as much hype as the original three, but I still want to talk about them. Which masks are for your specific skin type? Which masks will do what you want from a face mask? I’m about to break it all down for you and essentially give you the hard sell as I really rate these face masks.
It’s Friday, which means it’s Face Mask Friday. This week is only my second ever sheet mask review, and it’s all about the Mad Beauty Animasks Face Mask*. Whilst I often reach for masks because they sound like they’re going to nourish my skin, this mask is just a bit of fun. All will become clear with the photos.
Face Mask Friday is back! I took a little break whilst I was away on holiday but for the forseeable future there will be a new face mask review every Friday. Today’s post is a looking at another of the Soap & Glory Face Masks (after I reviewed the No Clogs Allowed Mask not too long ago), The Fab Pore 2-in-1 Facial Mask & Peel.
I had a bit of a skincare moment in April, buying a ton of drugstore and high end skincare just because I fancied it. I think I’m finally getting around to reviewing some more of it and today is all about The Body Shop Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask which I managed to get a whopping 40% off on (which is rare as usually the expert face masks are excluded from any deals).