E.L.F Hydrating Bubble Mask: Review & First Impression (feat. my boyfriend!)

Hi! So, I decided to do something different than my everyday tutorials today. While we were at Walmart we somehow made our way to the cosmetics section, surprise surprise! In those isles of products, I was on the hunt for a mask. So when I found this one, I was pretty excited to give it a try. In the isle, I convinced Jake to try it out with me for a review that night and he seemed to be pretty excited too! We made it home and sat down to start the picture taking process, and things just got funny. So, I’m apologizing now for the lack of my usual awesome quality pictures! But, here ya go. A review of the ELF Hydrating Bubble Mask!

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This is the bottle. As you can see, it’s a decent sized bottle. It’s just a little strange because the white bit at the top is a button. You push it down to get the product out, which I both like and don’t. It’s an awesome concept at keeping the ingredients as fresh as they can be and not contaminating the product, but it’s still a bit of a pain to have to push the product through the top.

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When it’s first applied, this is how it looks. It’s white and it almost immediately starts to bubble or foam. --545.jpg--549.jpg

The first picture is still it not fully foamed up, the second is about as much as it foamed.

 

So, let’s talk about the product!

Me: I liked the way the product is packaged for the reasons I earlier stated. I didn’t like that you had to work rather quickly to get the product off the top to the face before it started foaming. Since it starts to bubble pretty quickly, you don’t have a lot of time to blend the product around on your face without disturbing the already bubbled product. I really loved the scent, it was a fresh, sweet smell.

Jake: He thought it was “itchy” around the nose because of the bubbles. Since it’s a carbonated mask and foams up, it makes your nose feel like you have an itch. Because of that, we both kept messing with it around our noses so the product wasn’t really that useful. He also really liked the smell.

It left both of our skin feeling and looking very refreshed, soft and hydrated. It did everything it claimed it would do. Overall, I’d say for the price, the experience, and the performance I’d recommend it if you’ve been wanting to try out a carbonated mask, or if you just like to use masks. I think it would be a fun and inexpensive thing to do at a sleepover or spa night! We both liked it enough to use it again. Get yours here!

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