Charlotte Tilbury Just Changed Sheet Masks Forever With Her Dry Formula
Charlotte Tilbury is getting into the sheet mask game! The makeup guru is known for her game-changing products, like her Magic Foundation and celebrity lipstick. Her new face mask is another one of these. It’s a new sheet mask that is — get this — completely dry. Bye bye, sticky hands.
The Charlotte Tilbury Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask ($22) is still packed full of ingredients that will reduce wrinkles, smooth, brighten, lift, and hydrate your skin. But don’t take our word for it: Fans of the mask include Michael Kors runway model Ashley Graham and Kate Hudson.
Tilbury was able to make the change from the wet sheet masks we’re used to seeing all over Instagram because of the mask’s innovative design, which loops over your ears, ultimately giving you the freedom to move around while you treat your skin. And, because the mask is dry, it doesn’t harbor all those bacteria-harboring germs you’ve been hearing about, meaning you can wear it up to three times — a total score for the price tag of $22 each or $80 for a four-pack.
The simple-to-use makes only requires that you wash your face, pat it dry, apply the mask by hooking its loops over your ears, and gently massage your skin. Leave it on for 15 minutes, and voila! Instantly smoother, brighter skin. See the mask in action below:
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Darlings, INTRODUCING my NEW! MASK OF THE FUTURE: THE #INSTANTMAGICFACIAL DRY SHEET MASK !!!!! This GENIUS mask has revolutionary technology and ingredients designed to GIVE YOU THE BEST SKIN OF YOUR LIFE. Expert results in just 15 minutes. It’s that HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITY FACIALIST EFFECT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT!!! #CharlotteTilbury #Beauty #Skincare #Mask #Maskie
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We’ve gotta hand it to her — this is pretty genius. Leave it to Charlotte Tilbury to create something this magical!
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