Face Masks to Wear While You Binge-Watch Netflix
Can we make binge-masking a thing?
You found yourself at home once again binge-watching Netflix. Hey, there are worse things you could be doing! But, three hours in and you may just find yourself felling guilty for skipping your Friday night plans. No need to fret—start making the most of those mid-show breaks by applying nourishing formulas that'll enhance your complexion in between scenes! Below, find the most compatible TV show and face mask pairings.
If Portlandia's legacy could be boiled down to one sketch, "Put a Bird On It" would be our top pick. Pair this season one gem with SNP's Bird's Nest Aqua Ampoule Mask to be your Portlandia companion. This intensive skincare mask acts as a nourishing, reparative, and protective treatment for tired and aging skin.
Stranger Things and anything Eggo-esque pretty much go hand in hand. Our mask pick? A quirky mask pack full of honey extract. It's rich in nourishing and moisturizing properties to really soften and illuminate your complexion. With its all natural elements, it's the perfect solution to dry, flaky, and sensitive skin.
Occasionally during OITNB you come across an episode with a total roller coaster ride of emotions and lose yourself into a waterfall of tears. OK, maybe not that dramatic, but you get the point. A tear will fall at some point. Turn to Yes to Cucumbers to soothe and calm your sensitive skin. It'll reduce the redness and puffiness in your face.
OK—not a Netflix original, but we couldn't not put this binge-worthy hit on this list. For a bougie show like Billions, you're in need of luxe mask to enhance your complexion. While the cast tackles Wall Street, let this mask tackle your lackluster pores.
Um, we're going to need a major pick-me-up after watching Drew Barrymore eat humans. Relieve your temptation of literally throwing up from Drew's cannibalistic craziness with Too Cool for School's Fresh Gore Sleeping Mask. It's blended with natural ingredients like Dragon Blood tree extract and relieves dehydrated skin as it cultivates moisture.
Have you tried any of these masks? Tell us in the comments below!