1/12 Carbonated bubble clay masks
Very cloud-like indeed [Photo: ZeApollo/Reddit]
2/12 Kelp face masks
Not only does it contain kelp, but look like it too [Photo: Instagram/busybee797]
3/12 Lace face masks
How to do a sneaky cleanse whilst at a masked ball [Photo: vrose412/Instagram]
4/12 Horse oil face masks
They’re big in South Korea, apparently [Photo: Instagram/layramainen]
5/12 Lip patches
They’re meant to soften and improve your pout [Photo: daschastepha/Instagram]
6/12 Gold face mask
Yes, a 24-carat face mask [Photo: Instagram/nataliasienkowska[
7/12 Rubber face masks
Ever seen that film The Skin I Live In? [Photo: Instagram/i_amavit]
8/12 Rubberising face masks
A slightly less slick version of the rubber mask [Photo: Instagram/melissawinediva]
9/12 Shrek face masks
An obvious source of beauty inspo [Photo: Instagram/maskaddicted_katarinalain]
10/12 Spiderman face masks
A character whose skin we see often? [Photo: Instagram/maskaddicted_katarinalain]
11/12 Moustache upper lip masks
They’re meant to prevent ageing, apparently [Photo: Instagram/tinimo]
12/12 Tomato face masks
We’d rather not have a just-spilled spaghetti bolognese scent on our faces, to be honest [Photo: Instagram/rachp2003]
Whatever happened to a good old-fashioned mud mask, eh?
Thanks to the magic that is weird beauty trends (and with a helping hand from Instagram), the idea that face masks are made of actual mud – or if you’re feeling really crazy, a peel-off one – is a thing of the past.
The latest being something called a carbonated bubble clay mask, which recently rose to fame thanks to Reddit user
ZeApollo‘s hilarious demo.
Would you give any of these ones a try?
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