I’ve tested a few impressive masks lately, but this one from Nude stands out from the crowd for it’s mattifying effect. Although I don’t have oily skin (and I have dabbed it on the complexions of young friends who do just to be sure it is the real deal), I do get occasional oiliness around and on my nose and chin. So the bliss of wearing two masks at once – Nude around my nose and chin – the other on the rest of my face (it was Collin by the way, about which I’ll posting at a later date) for the perfect bespoke facial was lovely. Without drying out my skin in any way, Nude Deep Cleansing left my complexion feeling super soft and matte and more importantly maybe, very, very clean. It’s ideal for pre-party make up so that foundation gets a perfect base on which to hang. £27.40, from www.nudeskincare.com.
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Hey just wondering have you tried any of the Ren masks and how do they compare to the nude mask?
Good: My skin felt smoother after using this mask.
Bad: I’m not keen on the smell.
Mattifying effect: L’Occitane Rice mask does a better job – it’s my personal preference, bearing in mind that everyone’s skin is different. 🙂
Hi Anon – yes I’ve tried a REN mask – rose based I seem to remember -it felt pampering and moisturising without being amazing. XXX