Mad Beauty Disney Princess Sea The Possibilities Watermelon Face Mask

Hi there! Today’s post is about this Mad Beauty Disney Princess Sea The Possibilities Watermelon Face Mask. Just when I thought I had finished all the Mad Beauty masks in my stash, I realised that this face mask, which I bought at Primark, is also from the brand Mad Beauty.

Alrighty, this face mask promises hydrated and glowing skin. You’re supposed to cleanse your face first, then put the mask on and leave it on for about 15 minutes. Then take the mask off and rinse your face so as to remove any residue.

I’m not a fan of sheet masks which need to be rinsed off after use – so this face mask started with an imaginary -5 points. The mask is wrapped around a face-mask shaped plastic thingy. Not great. The mask also looks awful when on. The eyeholes are huge, and the print makes me look like something out of a freak show. What is meant to be Ariel’s hair looks more like raw meat. The eyebrows are about 4cm above my actual eyebrows, one side of the mask has eyelashes, the other one doesn’t. And what is supposed to be the mouth/lips part makes me look like I have a moustache and a double-chin. This really is the kind of mask that would give children nightmares!

About the mask itself – it smelled bad. Really bad. I also didn’t like the tingling and cooling effect. The mask didn’t have an adverse effect on my skin, but it didn’t feel good. And did the mask hydrate my skin or give it a bit of a glow? No. Nothing of the sort.

Based on my experience, I wouldn’t recommend this face mask. And I think I’m done with this brand for good. If you’re interested, Mad Beauty Disney Princess Sea The Possibilities Watermelon Face Mask is available as a single-use face mask. I paid £1 (Primark).

Mrs Strawberry Blonde 💙💛

Mad Beauty Disney Princess Ariel Jewel Of The Sea Face Mask

Hi there! Today’s post is about this Mad Beauty Princess Ariel Jewel Of The Sea Face Mask. This face mask with cucumber extract and sodium hyaluronate promises refreshing hydration for the skin. Using this mask is easy – cleanse your face first, then put the mask on, leave it on for 20 minutes, then rinse off the residue.

I’ve given this mask a try, and I thought it was just about OK. I would agree that the mask was mildly hydrating, it felt cool whilst on, and I also found that it didn’t smell as bad as the other Mad Beauty masks that I tried before. All in all, I can say that this mask wasn’t a total waste of time, but I wouldn’t buy it again.

If you’re interested, Mad Beauty Princess Ariel Jewel Of The Sea Face Mask is available as a 25ml single-use face mask for £3 (Superdrug). I paid £1.50 (sale).

Mrs Strawberry Blonde