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MARIA

@maila

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General Information

  • Ethnicity: South Asian, Pacific Islander
  • Skin Tone: Medium
  • Skin Type: Combination
  • Hair Thickness: Fine
  • Hair Type: Straight
  • Hair Color: Brown

Personal Information:

  • Beauty Interest: Beauty blogger
  • Age Range: 25-34
  • Location: Canada
  • Ingredient Preference: Anti-oxidants, Hyaluronic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Vitamin C, Tree Oil, Aloe
  • Are you a mommy to be?: No

This was my first pink sheetmask. It made me check the expiry (2019) just to be sure lol. One of the ingredients have turned it pink, the essence is clear and not viscous but the way it dries is abysmal. I'll get back to that. 

I love the scent, it's only noticeable thru the essence and upon opening however, as you don't smell a thing while wearing it which is a plus for me as I am sensitive to scents. The fit is quite nice actually apart from the bridge of my nose. I have gotten into the habit of ripping at my bridge but this mask is super strong that I just ended up mangling it and leaving it. It's dripping so much at first that my neck and chest were damp. A bit of tingling at first and I kept it on for nearly an hour I lost track of time as it was so cold it still felt wet but it wasn't dry either so that was impressive.

That's what saved that extra point because I really dislike the essence. Like I said in the beginning, it has a regular feel for an essence, not goopy at all but my hands felt like something sticky dried on them. It was squeaky in an uncomfortable way that I nearly didn't want to rub it on my legs and feet but waste not you know. It sat on my face for over 20 minutes that I had enough and splashed water on my face to help with absorption which helped a bit. I was getting scared that it was just going to clog me up but now that I touch my face, it's quite soft and smooth. I don't think it has any claims apart from nourishing.

I love cosrx, but I'm not sure if I would purchase this. I got it free from a store called Mikaela Beauty as a sample or an addon. I will wait until the morning to make a final verdict.

I didn't think this brand was Asian, I didn't expect to find it here at all. I got this from my sister when we went to the states, I'm in Canada and we can't get it here. One packet is good for like 6 people, it holds so much. It was a bit harsh at first even upon application it was irritating around my nose area. It burned a lot that I was so sure I was going to be red after but it calmed down. It left me so soft after I couldn't stop touching my face so I did like it. It did feel dry but you assume that with most mud masks you must moisturize.

I wasn't sure about having a cream as my first step but it's grown on me. I like the scent, it's quite mild. I like the lightweight feel of it. I feel it could be a little less expensive for the size however. It absorbs well enough but I doubt I would repurchase since I would rather have a serum of some kind as my first step rather than something I have to dip my finger in every night.

Mask was thin; scent was lightly fragranced; extra essence wasn't a lot nor was it too little. It was just enough to rub over my neck and both legs and feet which is what I always do so I'd say it's pretty average overall. I had high expectations of the effects but so far I don't notice any difference. My face is slightly tacky but not to the point of discomfort or anything. 

I do like the fit, I was able to put it on without a mirror and I just do my usual rip around the eyes and it was easy. I kept it on for about a half hour and it had minimal dry patches.

I would repurchase if it was on sale but I haven't seen it around anywhere. I really just find it average.

I have tried loads of eye masks, patches, etc. I loved this. I bought so much more online because the place near me sells them for a ridiculous marked up price! 

I find it's hydrating. It left me feeling refreshed and all radiant. No lie, I never feel like that. I don't feel like that when I have it on because it's so big and comical but that's part of the charm really. 

It stays on the face and covers a lot. It's from a well known brand and it doesn't have an awful scent. So from those and the fact that it's hella hydrating, I think this is an amazing product. I just hate the price lol.

I like the scent a lot but I wouldn't use it all the time. I do like pumpkin products for skin and this one doesn't really disappoint but it doesn't bring much to the table either. This particular product left me quite hydrated I think and I was hesitant to use it because I find some sleeping packs can be quite heavy and leave me breaking out into acne central. 

I like the brand a lot. I trust them so I would give this another shot but only if they have a sale as I said, I didn't see anything spectacular about it.

I've used this for about 3 weeks now and I do like it. It is very light! Especially for the summer where I don't want anything heavy and I get the oiliest probably. It does provide a smooth, matte finish but to be honest it's quite temporary. I use it in the morning then again before makeup application as a primer. I wanted to see it for what it is.

I think it works well enough under makeup as I would instantly grease up without any primer by the end of the day. With this product, I only have to worry about my trouble areas like my nose and forehead. 

It smells divine. It's light and helps mattify for a few hours. Great for summer use.

This is my GO-TO every time I go out practically. It goes on pretty well. I've tried others where I feel like it only releases a thin layer so I basically spend an hour spraying whereas with Batiste, I spray and I feel it's good enough. I don't mind the smell. It's not cloyingly sweet or overbearing. It does come in many different kinds tho but the original is the best in my opinion. It lasts a long time in comparison to Dove. The only reason why I didn't give it full love is because of the price point here in Canada. I buy mine from Costco in the UK. They sell it there in gigantic sizes and in bulk so I basically get it everytime I go and I now have a year's supply probably haha. 

Very rarely do I use top marks for something but Seche requires it, it's that good. I do my nails nearly every week. Family of all girls and we're all broke so we don't get our nails done, and we get bored easily. So a good top coat is essential in our baskets. Found this at True Secrets I think. It was around $8-$11 CAD and it's worth it. It has a varnish-y smell but only for a moment. It is super fast dry and if you "cap" well as in if know how to do your nails properly basically you'll have long lasting nails. I definitely recommend.

This is one of those average drugstore products that I keep in my arsenal for a regular day. Honestly, nothing great about it. All it does is add depth to the colour. It adds no volume or length to my Asian lashes. I get it when it's on sale. That's it.

 

 

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