Monday, April 4, 2011

My Beauty Diary Mask Review: Formosa White Phalaenopsis
























































































I got this mask a few days ago when I spotted it on sale at T&T.  Now, I've never been a mask person, and the only other masks I've used before are the peeling ones with aloe from Shoppers Drug Mart, or the St. Ives Firming Mask, so I'm not really a mask expert =P, but here are my thoughts on this mask!

Packaging:
For a mask, I thought it was packaged quite nicely.  Usually the masks I see are just a square shaped package with words printed on the front, but the flower shape on the top and the pretty print makes it soo much more fancy.  I felt really pampered using such a prettily packaged mask =). (I did feel slightly wasteful when I had to throw the packaging out after using it, it was just too pretty!)

Smell:
It was a pleasant smell, not too over powering or anything, or sickeningly sweet like some beauty products.

Function:
This mask was suppose to whiten and moisturize, but I felt it only whitened my skin and didn't moisturize much.  But since my skin is so difficult to moisturize, I would say that this mask did pretty well since I'm fairly "white" already.

Sorry I haven't been blogging lately, school has been super busy and I also haven't been feeling well =(

I'm excited to do the tags I've been tagged in and for my new followers!  Thanks for following!! =)

More reviews to come since I've purchased a few things from Adams Beauty, and I also bought the Maybelline one by one mascara!

6 comments:

Opal Stevens said...

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Shirley said...

ohohoho I never saw this mask before :o Is it good?

Rainy Days and Lattes said...

Great review! ^_^ I love masks. They are the ultimate form of pampering at home :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog! The Costco brushes have a mix of synthetic and natural fiber brushes. Probably a good half and half... the e/s and blush brush are made of natural fibers and the flattened brushes are synthetic :)

Penelope said...

Thanks for the great review! this mask has such cute packaging!

looking forward to more reviews!

JuLiAnnE @ Bathroom Dancer said...

Hey girl! Hope you still blog because you're the winner of my Sigma F80 brush!

Rachel said...

These look lovely - I really want to try some Asian beauty products!