Way back in July when Jake was doing some pop hunting during Comic Con, he snagged me this GlamGlow stuff that they were giving away. GlamGlow partnered with Sega to release this special geeky face mask. It’s “Sonic Blue”, just like Sonic the Hedgehog!
I had no idea what this stuff was but hey – it was kinda geeky and I wanted to try it out! Let me say now that I’m not really into makeup or doing facial treatments or anything like that. I had to look up what this stuff was before I ever even used it!
GlamGlow Gravity Mud is supposed to help firm up your skin and make it feel “tight”. It’s a special face mask that you’re supposed to use twice a week for benefits and crap. Normally it’s silver!
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Inside the box is the GlamGlow, a little paintbrush, and some instructions.
Let’s do this.
The GlamGlow was a thick, shiny liquid. You dip the paintbrush into the goo and apply a layer of it to your face.
What am I doooooooooing?
The GlamGlow is pretty easy to apply. You simply “paint” it onto your face in an even layer, being sure to avoid your eye sockets (because being able to see is awesome) and your lips.
Then, apparently, you make funny faces in the mirror and wait 20-30 minutes for the GlamGlow to “do its thing” and firm up your skin and stuff. I just liked that I was shiny and blue!
Then after your prolonged waiting period you get to do the fun part – you get to peel it off!
Now I watched a promo video for GlamGlow and they got it off in one swoop. Me on the other hand? Yeah. No. It came off in pieces for me.
It was quite satisfying to peel off the layers of the mask though. It was like opening a new package! But it was on your face!
I had a bit of fun peeling off all the layers of blue former goo.
I like how this photo makes it look like I have crusty blue boogers. Heh.
It almost looks like the remnants of blue skin after you peel it off!
And here I am, now mostly free of the GlamGlow Sonic blue goo. I will attest to the fact that my skin did in fact feel a bit tighter and firmer and kind of tingly afterwards. Plus I also just had fun peeling it off!
Here’s a little video I made of the process. I’m not great at making videos, so please forgive me.