My New Staple Sheet Mask

Sheet masks, if you haven’t tried one then your still stuck in 2016. I feel like this mask  type has blown up this year, and trust me, I’ve tried A LOT of them, and I now have a new favourite.


Now, there are a few things I look for in a sheet mask. Firstly, it needs to be comfortable. I can’t be dealing with having to re-stick it on lie a certain way so it stays on. Secondly, I need to feel the benefit. I have tried so many where it does nothing other than make my face feel soft, and I might as well have just tried a moisturiser. This is why, I love the origins sheet masks. It does what it say (round of applause).

I picked up the rose sheet mask, and the lavender. I have only tried the lavender one so far, so i’ll report back on the rose one. The lavender one claims to soothe skin, and boy does it do that. Before I used it, my face was a red angry mess, and needed some TLC. Granted, the mask is quite a wet one (LOL) so not overall something I love.


After applying the mask for 10 minutes, my face was visibly calmer and the following day my spots a lot smaller, and don’t seem like they will be scarring.

The Origins sheet masks come in multiple forms, mostly flowers as they are called ”Flower Fusion”. This means there is something for every skincare concern which is great!

Lavender – Soothing

Orange – Radiance Boosting

Rose – Hydrating

Jasmine – Softening

Raspberry – Refreshing

Violet – Nourishing

Have you tried the origins sheet masks?

You can find them at MECCA here in Australia for $10 each.

Eyelash Extensions: My Experience, Day 14

So, it has now been 2 weeks since I had my eyelash extensions applied. To be honest, not much has changed from my last post. I have lost a few, but its not really noticeable, well not to me anyway. Taking my eye make-up off with cotton buds and micellar water hasn’t really bothered me or changed anything for me.

I really am enjoying having eyelash extensions, they look so effortless and I have been finding myself wearing less eye make-up because of them. They have given me a great confidence boost. Applying make-up is not much difference, I just have to be more careful when applying eyeshadow than normal, but again that doesn’t bother me.

Here is the photo from the day I had them applied……


….and one taken today….

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In pictures, they do look quite different, but in person they really don’t. Considering most people have infils around 3 weeks, I’m really happy and I’m pretty sure I will be able to go another 2 weeks without extensions.

Have you ever had eyelash extensions? What are your views on them?