Quick Review: Innisfree It’s Real Squeeze Manuka Honey Mask

NerdNoona Here!

After trying this mask for four weeks, I am happy to write this review. Since my skin leans to the dry/dehydrated side, I was immediately drawn to this Honey Mask. Honey is known for its moisturizing properties and I was excited to put this task to the test. I have always loved Innisfree products and I’ve always had really great results. So let us get into this review!


  1. First thing, this mask is very wet. There is a whole lot of serum in this mask. It was oozing out when I opened the package. I was amazingly surprised when I applied the mask to my face. It was very wet and felt amazing on the skin.
  2. Second thing, the smell is very faint. It is not a honey smell but a light fresh smell. I don’t particularly like the smell, but I am not averse to it.
  3. Third thing, this mask has a very universal fit to it. My face is on the smaller side but it wasn’t too huge on me, I was pleasantly surprised that this wasn’t so big that it went into my hair too much. It was big enough to go down my neck a little bit.
  4. Fourth and final thing, I am very surprised to say this mask is an amazing moisturizing mask. I left this mask on for approximately 25 to 30 minutes. When I took it off my skin left amazing. It was very smooth to the touch and felt very moisturized. In the morning, my makeup went on like a dream.

Final thoughts: I really enjoyed this mask. It had an amazing feel to the skin and I was pleasantly surprised because of the price point. I got mine from the amazon seller Jolse for 7.98 for a 5 piece set. They are amazing masks that are truly great for the price. If you have dry skin, you should try it!

Until Next Time!

NerdNoona ❤



Product Review: Etude House Color My Brows

NerdNoona Here!

School just started up so I have been busy getting in the groove of waking up super early and walking a million miles from my car to my classes. While I was ordering my books I pick up some products to get free shipping. Among the things I got (I will be doing reviews on all the products I got in the coming weeks) I picked up a brow mascara. I love having amazing looking brows that scream “I have time to look pretty”! Sometimes though, I don’t have time to sculpt my brows or I want my filled in brows to not move.

So while I was browsing Jolse’s shop on amazon, I spotted the Etude House Color My Brows and I fell in love.


I got the darkest color Rich Brown because my natural hair is black and my eyebrows are pretty dark themselves. At first when I got my package I was a little freaked out. The brow mascara was in a pretty light brow color and I was convinced it was the wrong one but as soon as I put it in my brows I was shown the light. This brow mascara is a beautiful natural color for my brows. The wand is small though not too small. It is small enough to not smear product all over my face but big enough to get the job done quickly. Not only does this product excel in color and application, it also has amazing stay power and makes my brows STAY! I have sweated all my makeup off but this stays put. It makes the brows a bit crispy to the touch but nothing too bad. I am so amazed at how well it really looks. I wear this alone or combined with my Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pomade in Ebony. Both ways look great and I have got numerous compliments on my brows when wearing this product. They have an amazing range of colors catering to every brow/hair color. I like that the formula is not INTENSELY pigmented. It brings color to the brows but doesn’t make them looks like you took a sharpie to your brows.


Here is a picture of the brow mascara on its own! Isn’t it beautiful!

Price: $5.97 USD on Jolse Amazon Shop

The price point is excellent for this brow mascara for the quality of the product

Final Remarks: If you love to have amazing brows, try this out. It is cheap and looks amazing on the brows. If you are busy, on the go, or just lazy about doing your brows, you need this .

Until Next Time,

NerdNoona ❤

PS: Now I have to go back to real life and do papers and read dry history articles.