I got my eye on you
Following in the footsteps of the wildly popular face sheet masks, eye patches should be your new go-to beauty heroes to help puffy and tired looking eyes. Used by the likes of the Kardashian sisters, Ellie Goulding and Chrissy Teigen, these comma-shaped masks are loaded with healing serums such as retinol, hyaluronic acid and ceramides to help improve the appearance of dark circles and plump the delicate under-eye skin.
How to use: Apply before a girls’ night out or the morning after a long night for 10-20 minutes to instantly help with the appearance of crow’s-feet, fine lines and dullness around eyes. They will help make your peepers look fresher and brighter.
Top tip: Keep your eye patches in the fridge for a cooler effect.
Read my lips
Fairly new to the beauty scene, lip masks are slowly taking over social media channels in playful yet glamorous selfies. They are ideal for prepping the lips before makeup application, since most are packed with the goodness of mineral water and antioxidants to moisturize and nourish. The result? Plump and soft lips.
How to use: Apply a generous layer and leave on for 15 minutes or overnight.
Pro-tip: For the best results, use a lip scrub before applying the mask.