The Beauty Bug first learned about this mask on a flight from LA to NY – a women three seats over put it on mid-flight. She was intrigued and petrified at the same time; petrified because it’s the Beauty Bug’s opinion that this mask should only be worn in the privacy of your own home. When applied, the wearer resembles Jason from Friday the 13th and it’s quite off-putting. Don’t get the Beauty Bug wrong – she’s all for doing whatever it takes for great skin (even if it means looking like a character out of a horror movie for 10 minutes), but there are things that should only be done at home.
With that being said, the Beauty Bug was excited to receive this mask in Her new Test Tube. She broke it out this morning, excited to try it out. First let her say, be warned if try this when it’s a little chilly out because when first applied, the mask is very cold. After she got used to the coldness, she attempted to fit the mask on her face, but it was very awkward. She couldn’t get it to lay flat and cover her entire face – no matter how hard She tried, there was always a tiny portion of her face not covered by the mask because of its shape/size. Throughout the entire 10 minutes, She found Herself fidgeting with it trying to get it right but she never seemed to get it to lay flat. In addition to this, it dripped at bit on Her shirt and it was a bit bothersome.
Overall, the experience wasn’t a very pleasant one and The Beauty Bug was a bit disappointed because She wanted to like it. She was most surprised at the fit of the mask. While The Beauty Bug wasn’t particularly impressed with a similar Skyn Iceland mask, at least it fit her face and wasn’t awkward. Yes, he skin was left soft, but nothing remarkable.
Sadly, The Beauty Bug will cross this mask off Her list.