With her more than 1.2 million YouTube subscribers, everyone waits on Wengie’s word, and when it comes to skin care, Wengie tries lots of products. Today, she’s looking at extremely popular Korean modeling masks and chose one she found on Amazon.com. It’s called the AnSkin Modeling Collagen Mask, Anti-Aging and Firming, and Wengie saw a famous Korean actress talk about its wonderful benefits.
It comes in a tub in powder form, and you add enough water to create a thick consistency, so it has enough weight and texture to mold to your face as you apply it.
Wengie bought a plastic bowl and spoon on Ebay for her mask experiment and began mixing up a batch to put on her complexion. She made it thick enough so it wouldn’t run down her face and also avoided getting the paste-like texture on her eyebrows, so it wouldn’t pull the tiny brow hairs out after the mask adhered. She also refrained from applying the mask to the eye and nostril areas.
Wengie says the consistency felt really cold and soothing as she applied the Korean modeling facial mask. Her skin felt super calm, even though she felt as though her face were placed in the refrigerator. Wengie was surprised it was not setting as fast as she thought it would, so she decided to lie down and allow the collagen modeling mask to dry and perform its work. The formula took about 20 to 25 minutes to fully dry, according to the directions.
When Wengie pulled off the mask, she noticed her pores left a mark in the mask, and she could even see a lone whitehead picked up by the mask.
Wengie says the mask did not hurt to remove. Her face actually felt soft and looked radiant. Best of all, the mask firmed up her face and seemed to remove any saggy areas.
She urged her YouTube subscribers to comment below on the funniest thing that happened to them that week, and she would give away three tubs of modeling masks to three lucky winners.