Lindsay Gold Magic mask First impression review + Demo

Lindsay gold magic face maskModelling masks have been in the market for a long time and I’ve seen many influencers showcase their gooped up faces.  I personally already am too lazy to use sheet masks but when Keauty Picks approached me and asked if I’d like to try Lindsay gold magic mask, I surprisingly was kind of intrigued. Since I haven’t seen many people review this brand, that also had a bonus point on “yes I’ll give it a try” list so I naturally said yes.  So here we are, getting rid of my modelling mask virginity.  Let’s explore this odd extracurricular face mask world together shall we? Go time!

Full name of product:
Lindsay luxury gold magic mask

Limited edition/ Permanent?:

Description of product:
“With the use of a single pack, you can see a dramatic difference in the before and after using the pack because there are improved nutritional ingredients and moisturizing effects which is made possible through the vacuum effect (between the skin and the pack) that the modelling pack has.  It contains a high content of moisturizing ingredients compared to the generic modelling pack and it’s high adhesion helps the absorption of nutritional ingredients for the skin.

It has a sticky feature due to the excellent tensile force compared to the general modelling pack, and can be peeled off in one swift motion.

The special care modelling mask pack is used by mixing the two packets which contains a high quality ingredients that are composed of the type of powder and liquid, injects the skin with moisturizing and elasticity.

Each modelling mask contains moisturizing properties from brown algae among seaweed.  When the liquid is mixed with the powder, it blocks air from penetrating into the skin, in return it helps the skin absorb better.”

6,000 won each (set of two–> step 1 +2)
or 24,000 won for a step of 5

Amount of product:
Step one 65 g
Step two 15 g

Country of Manufacture:
Made in Korea

Where to buy:
Keauty Picks

Versions available:
There is three versions to these modelling masks:

Luxury gold magic mask
-smooth and shiny skin
-bright skin with gold
-elastic skin

Luxury charcoal magic mask
-pore care with charcoal
-adjusting skin balance
-shiny and elastic skin

Luxury aqua magic mask
-moisturizing with seaweed extracts
-soothing by cooling
-relaxing skin stress

Gold magic mask:
 [STEP 1] Purified water, Butylene Glycol, Algin, 1,2-Hexane Diol, Potassium Alginate, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Hydrolyzed Conchiolin Protein, Colloidal Gold(5ppm), Niacinamide, Hyaluronidase Acid, Adenosine, Pearl Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Ethyl Hexyl Glycerin, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Red Iron Oxide, Fragrance

[STEP 2] Glucose, Diatomatious Earth, Calcium Sulfate, Potassium Alginate, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Hyaluronidase Acid, Magnesium Carbonate, Allantoin, Niacinamide, Colloidal Gold(5ppm), Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Gold Extract, Peppermint Oil, Sodium Benzoate, Mica, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Red Iron Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Yellow Iron Oxide, Fragrance

Charcoal magic mask: [Step 1]: Water, Butylene Glycol, Algin, 1,2-Hexanediol, Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Niacinamide, Hyaluronic Acid, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Charcoal Powder (5,000 ppm), Black Oxide of Iron, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Titanium Dioxide, Disodium EDTA, Ethylhexylglycerin

[Step 2]: Glucose, Diatomaceous Earth, Calcium Sulfate, Potassium Alginate, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Magnesium Carbonate, Allantoin, Betaine, Hyaluronic Acid, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract, Charcoal Powder (5,000 ppm), Black Oxide of Iron, Sodium Benzoate, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

Aqua magic mask: [STEP 1] Purified water, Butylene Glycol, Algin, 1,2-Hexane Diol, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Hydrolyzed Conchiolin Protein, Niacinamide, Hyaluronic Acid, Adenosine, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Aloe Vera Leaf Extract, Tea Tree Powder, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Ethyl Hexyl Glycerin

[STEP 2] Glucose, Diatomatious Earth, Calcium Sulfate, Potassium Alginate, Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate, Magnesium Carbonate, Hyaluronic Acid, Allantoin, Niacinamide, Betaine, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, Gold Extract, Brown Algae Extract, Peppermint Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarine, Chromium Oxide Green, Sodium Benzoate, Fragrance

How to use:
Pour in the contents of Step 1 Sea Blue Liquid into the collapsable bowl provided, then pour in the contents of Step 2 Sea Blue Powder. Thoroughly mix the liquid and powder until the texture thickens. After cleansing and toning, apply the mask mixture generously onto the face and leave for 20 to 30 minutes. Once dry, remove the pack, and proceed to apply moisturizer.

DIY face maskProduct packaging:
Packaging for these modelling masks comes in either a single set like the one I have or they come in a set of 5 in a cardboard box.  Not too sure if the set of 5 comes with the spatula and bowl or not but I don’t think so?

Korean Face maskInside my little kit comes with step 1 which is the gold liquid, and step 2 which is the gold powder.

If you take off the bottom part of the packaging, that is actually the little bowl which you use to mix with.

Texture/ Finish:
The texture of the modelling mask was quite odd.  When you first pour out the liquid, it seems like it might run off your face.  But once you mix the powder into it, it thickens up and then you just slather it on your face using the spatula.  Make sure to apply a thick layer on your face so it would be easier to peel off when you are done.  When I first applied it on my face, instantly my skin felt supercooled down, something I’ve never felt before. I was actually having a headache that day, and I noticed when I do have a headache and I use some type of sheet mask, it gets rid of my headache.  Because this mask was so cooling, by the end of it, my headache was gone!  Totally not related but it was a happy bonus.

After the 30 minutes was up, the sheet mask settled down and solidified and was easy to peel off.  In places like around my eyes and lips where I left it clear, there was bits and pieces of the mask left but I reckon that was because I didn’t apply it smoothly enough.

Moisture level measurements:
Although I wouldn’t use this mask for a hydration injection, my skin did feel a little bit more hydrated compared to when I cleaned my face and came out of the shower.  The moisture measurements didn’t hike up a ton, which I’m also not surprised about.

Step one, the liquid, didn’t have a fragrance but step two, the powder, had a strong floral scent.  Mixed together and after application, the scent fainted into nothing so it didn’t really bother me.  Smell-o-scale: 7/10 in terms of the strength of the fragrance.

Lindsay gold magic face maskOkay let’s try this sucker out shall we?

LOL excuse my uncomfortable, deer in the headlights look.  I came out of the shower for like 15 minutes and my skin is so dry that I almost can’t move my face.  As you can see, I have some redness going on around my cheeks for some reason.  I’m guessing it may have something to do with hormones since my period is around the corner.  Yey aunt flow, not a fan of you.

Simply rip open the packets and mix away.

After you have mixed the two until it is smooth, it should look something like this.  I honestly would next time just use half the amount since it was way more then enough for my face and my giant forehead.  Maybe seal it somehow and save it for next time.  Two on one :P.

Apply away!

I really looks like I dipped my face in cheese wiz and then looked at the camera and SNAP.  I had so much left that I applied it on my neck.  Didn’t do a good job of it though haha.

30 minutes later, rip it off!  Right when I was ripping it off, my face kinda felt like it was steaming.  I think because the modelling mask cooled down my face so much that when the mask was ripped off, hot and cold are was hitting my face all at the same time. Weirdest feeling ever!

Feels so weird in my hands!!

One thing I’m not too big of a fan of with modelling masks is it leaving little bits of product on it face.  I had to rinse it off afterwards.  And don’t apply it on your eyebrows or on your hair!!  It hurts to peel it off.  Aiya….

My skin definitely looks less red.  You like how there’s some bits on my eyebrows HAHA.  They’re matching too.  Maybe I should just leave it there.

-super cooling for the skin
-fun to apply

-didn’t find it hydrating enough for my liking
-inconvenient if you don’t have time on your hands (have to wait 30 minutes)

Maybe, maybe not. If there was a version that was more hydrating, I’d be down.

Stars given out of 5:

Overall thoughts:
I think this is definitely a fun product and I love how cool it is for my skin.  I just wish it was more hydrating since my skin is super duper dry.  If I were to use this again, I think I’d do this more in the summertime when it’s super hot. This also doubles as a good headache remover HAHA.  Overall I think this product is not bad but if you’re lazy like me and already find it difficult to get yourself to use sheet masks, you might not like this product since it is more time-consuming.  If you had more of a normal to combination or even oily skin, I think you’d like it better then me who has severely dry skin.

What do you guys think about modelling masks?  Have you tried them before and which ones are your favourite?  Let me know in the comments down below!!

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