THE ICONS UPDATE - ISSUE 114
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Face masks can be expensive, averaging around £40 for a set. So we decided to try out a few to give you the lowdown on the ones worth investing in. If you’re looking for a quick and easy at-home pampering experience, then try one of these masks: you’ll get the results of a luxury spa facial, leaving your skin feeling tight and plump.
Keeome Hydration Therapy Mask Set £29 for 6
A tingling treatment mask to use for special occasions. Leave on for 20 minutes and feel it actively working the entire time. I put it on before filming and it felt like my skin was glowing all day, even with make-up on.
Sarah Chapman Skinesis 3D Moisture Infusion Mask £43 for 4
I loved this mask; it made my skin feel plump and moisturised. I used it in the evening, but I’d recommend reserving it for the daytime – it’s perfect for using before an event when you need tight skin. My favourite of the four, plus it had the most realistic time frame.
111Skin Gold Brightening Facial Treatment Mask £16 for 1
A fabulous mask you can still look pretty in. Rather than brighten, it made my skin feel plumped and tightened. I loved putting it on – it felt fresh and soothing. Best for a night on the sofa with your husband, without looking like a mummy.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair PowerFoil Mask £58 for 4
The two-piece mask fit perfectly, like a puzzle, and the metallic finish made it look less scary. It’s a pampering evening experience – leave on for 10 minutes then rub in the excess serum; the next day it’ll feel as if you had a face massage before bed.