I’m sure anyone who has been into Asian sheet masks have heard of My Beauty Diary before, am I right? Even if you don’t use them, you’ve probably heard about My Beauty Diary (MBD) or seen them around Asian supermarkets. I’ve actually tried out quite a few before when I bought a box that contained a variety of MBD sheet masks, but none of them really impressed me. The only one I kind of enjoyed was the Cooling Mask. It is pretty awesome during summer time because.. well, it’s cooling LOL! But that’s not the mask I’m going to talk about today. Today I shall tell you the joys of MBD’s Earl Grey Tea & Macaron Sheet Mask!
So what exactly does it claim to do?
My Beauty Diary Earl Grey Tea & Macaron Sheet Mask illuminates and clarifies the face in 20 minutes.
The combination of black tea ferment and bergamot essential oil gives a miraculously brightening effect. It brightens dull and yellowish skin tone, leaving skin briskly clear, fair and flawless.
Sweet almond protein and sugar cane extract are mixed to leave skin glittering and translucent, smooth and delicate. The fruit extracts of rosa canina, blueberry and acerola leave skin fair and perfectly clear, enhancing the skin’s translucency and ability to defend.
Did it meet those expectations?
I know usually people say that sheet mask only gives temporary results, and in a way I guess it does. One mask isn’t going to make your face flawless for a billion years. It does however make me face appear much better the next day. So if you use it and don’t see immediate results, wait until the next morning. Give the ingredients time to work into your skin and work its magic. I mean, this was the only MBD mask that I actually saw results after using it. It’s now one of my favorite masks. Actually I’m on my second box
I also noticed that the shape of this mask and the material used to make it seems better than their more common lines. The other ones seem more thinner and easier to rip. In fact, I think I might’ve accidentally ripped a MBD mask once while trying to unfold it and remove it from the plastic wrap that it’s usually folded with.