Japanese Beauty Style
I spend easily more time than I should on the iMomoko and Sasa sites looking for new products to try. iMomoko is where I bought my hand mask from and I was pretty pleased with that. The sheet mask concept isn’t yet readily accepted in the UK, but I think 2012 could be when they really start to filter through as a more commonplace thing. I’ve already been contacted by a couple of brands who specialise in sheet masks so I’m looking forward to trying them out.
|Cooling Sheets for Tired Eyes from Sasa|
|Face Mask Sheet|
|Sheet Face Peel Mask|
Because most of us are more used to the traditional cream masks, sheets are quite a strange concept; personally, I find they take some getting used to. For a start, they feel cold on your face, second you aren’t nearly as mobile in a sheet as you are with a cream mask and thirdly, they seem to leave my skin a little bit dry. I don’t yet quite have the faith in them that I do with regular masks.
Anyway, on a recent visit to the iMomoko site, I found some beautiful (and strange) things very much in Eastern style; I am such a magpie so I always go for the pretty stuff. I gave the horse oil a miss though. Ew. And the Rub Me Tender Fog Peeling Mask? Passed on that, too. Some things just don’t translate. One brand I do keep my eye on is Etude House who make things that look cute and interesting, like these MiniMe Fragrances:
They’re really child-like but that doesn’t stop me wanting one!
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