This New Holographic Mask Is an Instagram Filter in a Jar

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Photo Credits: Memebox

Let’s Just Get to the Point:
Masks are not only fun to use—these days you can find everything from animal print sheet masks and glitter jelly masks to holographic ones like this new Sugar Kitten Mask ($23) from Memebox—but also essential for clear, radiant skin. However, finding one that’s as effective as it is pretty can be tough, but this one fits the bill. 

Key Ingredients: Rose water, hyaluronic acid and pearl extract

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Gone are the days of plain ol’ clear masks and peels—the new generation of these products makes masking so much more fun. And if the product looks pretty and worthy of the ‘gram, you’re probably even more likely to use it. Enter: Sugar Kitten, a hydrating peel-off mask that gives you a galactic-like glow as it transforms from an iridescent green of sorts to a holographic pinkish purple on your skin. Think part Star Wars, part unicorn.

Apply it with a makeup brush—it’ll need a good deep-clean afterward—or your fingers, and leave it on for 20–30 minutes (I left it on for 30 to make sure it was super dry so that it would peel off in big pieces rather than fragments). It’s the most satisfying feeling! 

In terms of key ingredients, rose water helps calm stressed-out skin, pearl powder lends a brightening boost and hyaluronic acid delivers hydration for a natural dewiness. After peeling it off, my skin instantly looked healthier and brighter and felt completely soothed (not dry in the least)—there was also no sign of redness whatsoever. I’ve been a fan of all the I Dew Care masks, but I think this one is my favorite!

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