Stainless undereye masks that shine, tighten and depuff your eyewear in five minutes.
Patchology Flashpatch Rejuvenating eyelash undereye masks are shimmering close to each other which makes them perfect for lightning: The first thing I noticed when I took them was how they left the soft track of opalizing serum that perked my eyes without actually looking glittering on my skin. I was not the only one who noticed: About 30 minutes later, a colleague told me that my skin looked fresh (plain office chit on attract), and that was under fluorescent elevator lighting so I consider a success.
The masks are made of gel, which I think clings on the skin better, drops less and I usually feel more comfortable than paper masks. The instructions say to have them for at least five minutes. I have used them for a minimal time and I have used them longer (about 20 minutes), and both sides have made my eyes under lighter the rest of the day and feel harder as well. They also helped to shuffle and plump fine lines around the eyes – the masks are shaped like a swoosh, which means they cover crow feet too – but I was definitely most impressed by their bright effect.
Because these undereye masks are not drowsy or messy, you can wear them to prepare your undergrowth while laying on the rest of your eye makeup. It's an old makeup for catching mascara flakes and eye shadowing.
After removing the masks, press excess serum in the skin. It has a skin-capping caffeine and hydrating glycerin, as well as a more bizarre ingredient: snail secretion filter. "Snail secretions contain a type of polysaccharide that is very moisturizing, as well as enzymes that gently exfoliate the skin that leave the skin softer and refined," says cosmetic chemist Ni & Kita Wilson (not affiliated with the brand). It's interesting for sure, but if you're looking for a vegan product, it's probably not the undereye mask for you.
You will find this undereye mask, along with 6 other products, in our November 2018 attract Beauty Box for just $ 10.