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Emoji face masks are a (slightly terrifying) thing - here's how to get them in Ireland

Creeping people out whilst hydrating the skin = the dream.

THE EMOJI PHENOMENON is now much bigger than mere smiley faces on your phone.

There are t-shirts, bedsheets, pillows, socks – you name it, it has emoji on it. It was only a matter of time before this extended to skincare.

For the uninitiated, sheet masks are an Asian skincare staple that’s becoming increasingly popular in Western countries – they’re soft, tissue-like masks enriched with serums for brightening, hydrating, and soothing the skin.

They’re already pretty terrifying as is…

And now they’re even freakier, thanks to emojis!

Taiwanese skincare brand Petite Amie’s offerings are available to Irish people from Gilt, where a pack of three costs €27.54.

Each emoji is matched to a skin complaint – so the sunglasses emoji soothes, while the angry emoji is an after-sun product. Nice.

You can now terrorise your friends and family while hydrating your skin! Sounds like an ideal Friday night activity to us.

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