You know when you’re like, why? That’s where I am with this bright blue version of Glamglow Gravity Mud featuring Sonic The Hedgehog. But, then I realise that I don’t really care why – it’s hilarious, all of the fun and exactly the same texture (with blue dye added that I promise won’t turn you into a smurf) as the regular Gravity Mud.
It’s very tenuously linked to ‘gaming and masking’ – the mask needs to be left for a good 20 minutes to half an hour so maybe that’s enough time to game as well. It’s a peel-off mask, so despite claims that it will give you ‘sexy contours’ (it won’t if you didn’t have them in the first place) you will have skin softer than a baby’s afterwards with one heck of a glow. I don’t have a release date for the UK but it’s already launched in the US as a limited edition. Interesting, isn’t it, that after Sunday Riley #bluegate, brands are still opting for blue as a skin care thing.
NB: If you have a lot of facial down, don’t use peel offs – they tend to attach to the hairs and you accidentally get a wax as well (if you’re lucky – the worst option is that you get all the ouch of a hair removal treatment while the hairs stay!).
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Im soo excited to try this! On Glamglows UK IG they have gave a release date of the 1st of March in limited stock xx
I’ve heard good comments for GlamGlow masks overall, but the price point at £39 is not convincing me to be honest. Curious to see if all the hype is worth it for this price…
I have tried them all trial gift set from boots and noticed a difference but the are expensive! They are usualy released at the festive period so might be a thing to try later on 🙂
The best mask I have ever tried is the Omorovicza clay mask, but oh it’s sooooo expensive! I definitely know what you mean about peel off masks, the Origins one was the last one I tried – ouch!!