The mask I tried this week is the Ole Henriksen Firm Action Mask which targets pores. My pores, as I have mentioned before, are huge at the moment and nothing seems to be helping them! UGH!
The mask tool (that you need) is the elf Pore Refining Brush and Mask Tool. It's $5 and can be found on their website. I haven't seen it in stores yet but I have seen some of the other new skincare items in Walmart and CVS.
This little buddy is a God send if you like masks like I do!
One end is a little rubbery spatula for applying your mask. The other is a "pore cleansing brush" which I haven't used yet. Do you use it when the mask is on? Before it? After? I need more info!
Brush end...doesn't this look too stumpy for your face?
And the mask:
For the last few weeks, the Mask of the Week has been a sheet mask. Why? Easy answer: less messy and I am lazy.
This is so awesome! Use the little rubbery spatula part to dip into your mask and apply.
- No contamination of your fingers
- No added oils from your fingers
- No mask UNDER your nails!!
- You use less product
- You waste less product
- You get a more even coverage with the spatula
- NO MESSSSSS!!!!!
And here's your goofy mask face pic with spatula application:
This mask, by the way, is amaaaazing. Since it is a pore tightening product, my entire face felt FROZEN as it dried. It didn't sting or anything, just got really tight. It was actually quite tough to wash it off, too. After rinsing, my skin felt baby smooth and my pores were definitely smaller! I look forward to using this again soon!
What do you think? Have you tried this Ole mask or the elf tool?