Good morning snow Queens, I hate cold and wet things (okay — ice cream you get a pass), as much as I want to drop an innuendo, I need to be serious with you on this. Okay, let’s think of some examples — It’s like when you are done with a nice hot shower and you really don’t want to get out as you know you’ll instantly become cold. Or here’s another one when you forget to put a towel close by and you look across your bathroom and realize you’re either going to stay
Hey hey Queens, I always enjoy a good mask and especially one that smells like food. However, I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing because you are always tempted to eat it (never recommended though, unless it says otherwise).
Hola Reinas! Sleeping masks (also known as sleeping packs) — What are they? What do they do? Do I need to use one? Well, no you don’t need to use one, but it keeps your skin hydrated while you sleep. The beauty about sleeping masks is that you don’t need to use them daily but once or twice a week, in place of your night cream. Also, you don’t need a lot and it absorbs quickly into your skin. The whole idea of sleeping masks is that your skin will look
Hello my Queens! Today I want to talk about masks, specifically the boscia Green Tea Oil-control peel-off mask. You may already know my love for peel-off masks because of my childhood habit of putting glue on my hands and peeling it off. The idea of an oil controlling, peeling, and green tea mask sounds like Heaven to me. My skin screams “YASS GIRL!!!”. Green tea is one of my favorite ingredients in products, consumable or otherwise (along with snail mucus)! Let’s get to the nitty gritty.
Here I am to review a product that I’ve been excited to try out for a while — Elizavecca Hell Pore Clean Up Mask. My first thought is that if you enjoy picking glue off your skin, pore strips, and masks then this is a perfect product for you to try. If you check YouTube there are plenty of videos of people screaming from taking off the mask… Now that I think about it, that’s an odd reason why to try something. Oh well, let’s see!