If you’re new to the trend of Slice Masks, you have a fiddly job ahead. They’re the newest permutation of the sheet mask with individual ‘slices’ or circles of stretchy sheet. You’d use them to patch treat areas of skin that need a bit of treatment (cucumber is cooling, lemon is brightening and tomato, above, is for calming) and if you like the sheet concept, they’re all the fun. Bear in mind that you can use on hands, feet, elbows… anywhere at all really, within reason.
If you get along with sheet masks, then you’ll get along fine with these – I don’t like them because they’re so wet and clammy, and all but a few make my skin feel dry. I’m wishing now I hadn’t chosen the tomato ones because when they’re out and on a plate, they look a bit… biology disection class!
If you’re not a fruit fan, have a search on Ebay and discover the bear slices! I predict many, many vlogs. My Kokostar Slice Mask was £4 on ASOS HERE.
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These are so crazy looking but I love the idea! It reminds me of when we used to have girly pamper sessions when I was ten, and we’d put cucumber on our eyes because that was the done thing. If you got it straight out of the fridge though, you felt like your eyes were going to freeze! It almost seems too good to be true that these natural circles are like soothing plasters for swelling and eye bags, but for such a low price, I think I’ll have to try them out.