Thanks to Korean beauty products making their way to the U.S., a trend called “skintertainment” has become a full-fledged thing. If you’ve never heard of that before, it just a fancy name for skin care products that are entertaining to use. Think rubber and bubble masks. However, upon first glance, these products can be super confusing and more than a little weird. We gave comedian Emma Willmann five to play with, guess what they are, and rank them. Of course, we caught it all on video, and her reactions to each were incredibly hilarious and priceless.
Take the PY Neckline Slimmer, for example. The little mechanism is used to help tone your neck. According to Willmann, here’s how you should really use it: “If you want your roommates to think you’re sexually active and you’re not, you can just use this a bunch, and it will sound like the bedsprings are moving,” she says. Noted. She adds that it’s helpful for those who like to nod their head as a greeting.
We also gave Willmann — who has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, BTW — the mustache-shaped Tonymoly Mr. Smile Line Patch. She wasn’t the biggest fan of the firming upper lip mask and ended up giving it a low score, and , “Usually I think [women] want to remove the mustache, but now, we’re going to be putting one on.” She makes a good point.
In the latest video in our Comedians Review Beauty Products series, you can catch Emma Willmann trying out some more high-tech skin care products and masks. Get ready for a good laugh.
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