I wasn’t purchasing a lot of Japanese masks on my previous Tokyo haul, honestly. However, because the three of four Japanese mask that I bought was a 7-day kind of mask, it took me a while to finish them. The first two masks that I’m going to review are these Kosé Cosmeport Clear Turn Babyish Precious Oil-in-Milky Mask Plumping and Lululun Precious White Rich Moisturizing Face Mask.
First and foremost, I think I have to clarify that although all of the mask that I’m going to review right now both are a 7-day kind of mask, sadly I wasn’t using it for seven days straight; because I haven’t got any time for doing a sheet mask a day type of thing :(. So, I can’t really judge the performance of these mask after using it for seven days straight. However, I think I might using it for two or three days straight, so… let me tell you about my judgement according to my own experience.
1.Kosé Cosmeport Clear Turn Babyish Precious Oil-in-Milky Mask Plumping
I personally never had any issue regarding the fit of a sheet mask before. Maybe because my face have an Asian standard face or maybe my face size is a common size (lol) (I don’t even’t know what I’m talking about, sorry). However, when I was trying this Kosé Cosmeport Clear Turn Babyish Precious Oil-in-Milky Mask Plumping, I realize that the fit of this sheet mask is horrible. I don’t really understand how weird this sizing. Are this mask supposed to be worn, like, literally, for a baby? I don’t understand. The size of the sheet mask is ridiculously widely stretch, like a chubby baby face… Well pardon me if the size if this mask suit you really well, I don’t mean to insult you! You’re pretty lucky then, because I quite like how this mask actually perform!
True to its claim, I think this is a mask that will make your skin looks like baby skin instantly! Almost every time after I wore this mask, I feel like my skin was baby soft. Although there are times when I feel like it’s just ‘okay’, maybe because I wore it during bad skin day, but I think this is a pretty good mask, especially for the cheap price (around $4~$5 for 7 sheet mask inside).
2. Lululun Precious White Rich Moisturizing Face Mask
This is the perfect fit for my face. I previously tried Lululun mask in the past, and I just know that it would fit my face perfectly. However, I have to be honest that I’m pretty hesitant to buy another Lululun mask because the previous masks that I’ve tried before were ‘meh’. They were definitely bellow the standard if I’m going to compare it to cheap Korean sheet mask, like, let’s say Etude House’s or Innisfree’s.
Nevertheless, I ended up buying it because of its “Anti Aging” and “Premium” claims . Though I can’t say anything about how the “Anti Aging” claims, I think overall this mask is way better than the regular one. It performs slightly better than Kose’s Clear Turn Baby Skin. I always like how it made my skin looks after I used it. My skin always looks well moisturized, plump, and feels nice every time I use it. Hopefully the red one will perform at least the same, if not better! 🙂
So, overall, both of them were a fairly nice mask, I definitely prefer Lululun Precious White Rich Moisturizing Face Mask Lululun Precious White Rich Moisturizing Face Mask rather than Kosé Cosmeport Clear Turn Babyish Precious Oil-in-Milky Mask Plumping mainly because of the mask sizing reason. But, in terms of formulation and how it performs, I recommend you guys to try it, especially if you are going to Japan, because they are both cheap and pretty descent mask! 🙂