Some combinations are so obvious, like the Crayola/Chubby Stick collaboration, that you wonder why nobody thought of it before. And so we have the mask set that thinks it’s a paint palette. It’s multi-masking skincare in different colours so you can paint them all over your face. This, friends, is the B&Soap Coloring Paints Pack.
Each of the five colours is a different type of mask, with various functions.
- White is moisturizing, and it includes goat’s milk and hyaluronic acid
- Yellow is nourishing and includes Vitamin C, green tea, lavender and propolis extracts
- Green is soothing, so it includes aloe vera
- Red is revitalizing and includes rose hip extract
- Black is as you might expect for pore care and includes charcoal and cocoa extracts
Put it all together and what do you get?
I know what you’re thinking, this is one of my best looks yet. I like the green eyebrows most of all. The masks are a thin gel-like consistency, and as you can see are highly pigmented, though they don’t stain the skin.
However, whilst the ingredients sound promising, ultimately the masks don’t really do a lot. My skin felt exactly the same afterwards as it did before. Not more moisturised or refreshed, just a bit – meh.
In truth, this is one of those products that is all about the funsies and not so much about the skincare. I’ve never been on a hen night but I imagine that it’s the sort of thing they would go mad for. Sleepovers and women on the lash is basically the target market here.
I let my teenager apply the masks and a right good laugh was had by all. Personally, I think fun is an underrated currency so I don’t mind that this did basically nothing for my skin. I enjoyed the journey even if the destination was underwhelming.
It’s a silly product, and if you need more silly in your life then look no further. However, if face-changing skincare is what you’re after, you may have to look again.
B&Soap Coloring Paints Pack product information
When a product looks as good on Instagram as this, it will not surprise you to hear that it’s hard to get hold of. I bought it from Global Interpark for $18 (around £14)