It’s so nice to see all the colourful eye masks together. Each mask cost TW29 and all have a different shape.
Tightening & Angi-wrinkle eye mask should be good with anyone with a broad face. For me, the mask covers pretty much half of my face. So this should be eye and cheek mask on me. It’s alright. It’s quite wet, so you do feel like it’s worth it. But I don’t know I just like putting on mask in general.
Don’t this one remind you of batman? I don’t see the point of the sharp pointed ears. It just gets on my hair. It’s also quite annoying cause the nose part is a bit too big. It just doesn’t stay down nicely. But this is a black mask, so it’s slightly thicker as compare to the rest, so it’s just alright. This is for brightening & whitening , but I don’t see a difference.
Charming & hydrating eye mask is quite nice. It fits nicely. I also do feel that it hydrates the skin. My eyes appear less puffy. But this is not cooling at all. So not sure how it works. But overall, it’s fine.
I like this one. Smoothing & moisturing black eye mask is the one that’s small enough to fit my face nicely. It is less messy thus the one I prefer among the 4. It’s nice on the face and it feels like it just wrap my eyes around it. I don’t know, I guess it’s the better mask, so I’m just feeling more positive towards this. Honestly I don’t really see a difference using this. So actually, it doesn’t really do much. Oh well, miracle doesn’t happen overnight I Guess.
This is such a cooling mask. Plus the mask looks like I am going for a mascarade party. I just think it’s slightly too big for me. But it’s ok, it still fit quite nicely. I like this as it’s quite moisturising. Not sure about the antiwrinkle part, but this mask is filled with essence that it just kept dropping onto my cheek. So I just spread it in the corner of my lips. The essence is to prevent wrinkles anyway. This cost me NT29. So it’s about $1.35. I do enjoy using this mask. So it’s a really good for value mask.
Pick this product as an impulse buy. I also thought it was the Smiths rosebud salve. Turn out it wasn’t. Shills is from Taiwan. When I see more of Shills, it’s like a copy of lots of things. Its hand cream remind me of Crabtree and Evelyn. Well I guess it is a cheaper alternative than the western counterpart. But it does its job.
This lip balm is really moisturizing. I use this before I go to sleep and wake up with moist lips. It is like I woke up with freshly applied lip balm. The lip balm will always be there. I like that. I also like that my chapped lips will be easily remove. so it kinds of act like lip scrub, or a leave on lip peel or something of that sort. Any flaky lips will be easily remove the next morning. It wasn’t sticky too, so it’s a bonus. I can sleep peacefully with all those balm on my lips without having to worry about it transferring to my pillow.
It claims to
relieves dry, chapped lips and skin, leaving them soft, smooth, and great-smelling.
So the one thing I find irritating in a lip balm is the tin version. You either have to use your hand or the lip brush. In this case, I can use my finger and apply the extra residue on hands as a moisturizer. Since it is good for skin too.
I always want to try the the smiths one. If it is that good. But the shills just do an enough good job for me to tender my curiosity away. Love it.