I consider sheet masks a good way to introduce K-beauty to your routine. They're relatively cheap (price range is from P50 to P300), and they leave your skin feeling soft and looking radiant.

Below, K-beauty retailer SoKo Glam discusses the basic do's and don'ts of using sheet masks. Common questions like "How long should they really be on your face?" or "What should I do with the excess serum that comes with it?" are all answered. Watch the whole video below to be enlightened:

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Here are some of our favorite masks you may want to try:

1. This is perfect for girls with oily skin.

 

TRY: Leaders Derma Soul Pore Control Mask with Egg Extract, P78, Festival Mall

2. If you want a bright and glowing complexion, use this.


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TRY: Banila Co Miss Water & Mr. Oil Hydrogel Mask, P220, Glorietta

3. For an instant glow, get one with pearl extract.

According to Livestrong, this ingredient is famous for its ability to remove ashy tones on tired skin.


Etude House Skin Note! Brightening Up Hydrogel Mask, P148, SM Megamall

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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