Kiko face masks

Much loved makeup brand Kiko Milano have branched out into face masks. They have a whole new range of ten masks, called Mask Parade, and I’ve been testing them all out. I’ve chosen two to share with you, that I think you should start with as must-trys.

Kiko You Are Golden Brightening Golden Hydrogel Face Mask* – £4.90, Kiko Milano

The graphics on the packaging of these masks is so beautiful that I almost didn’t want to use them; but I did, and the You Are Golden mask was probably my favourite. I do love a good gold mask as they have so many benefits. This gold-coloured (and infused) mask is a hydrogel, so it has a slight jelly texture and has a really close fit to the face. It comes in two parts, so that you can get an even snugger fit. The gold extract has great anti-ageing benefits as it helps to stimulate collagen production. It also has antioxident properties; protecting your skin from free radicals. What this mask does best though, is add radiance and bring luminosity to your skin. You get such a healthy glow after using this, and your skin is also extremely moisturised from the honey extract the mask contains too.

Kiko Girls’ Night Out Energizing Hydrogel Face Mask* – £4.90, Kiko Milano

The Girls’ Night Out mask is also a hydrogel mask. It’s infused with coffee, and you can see this when you take it out of the packet. It’s designed to energise your skin and give it a boost before you go on a night out; especially if you’ve had a long, tiring day at work beforehand. The coffee beans will also help to reduce redness and inflammation, as well as reduce the appearance of under-eye circles. This mask also really hydrates and moisturies your skin to make it look more healthy and plump. I love this mask, as it’s a great pick-me-up for your skin. As this mask is hydrogel, it’s also really cooling on the skin and it helps the ingredients to penetrate the skin better and faster than a regular fibre sheet mask.

Have you tried any of the new Kiko masks?

This post contains press samples, but all opinions are my own.

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