Peel-off foundation, yes, it's a thing - are we even surprised anymore about the latest bizarre beauty craze? We've had feathered brows, glitter boobs, holographic hair and now peel-off foundation.
Youtuber Raye Boyce tested out not4you's Real Skin Patch, a Korean product that is designed to act as a barrier between your skin and your make-up, and even help prevent acne.
Technically not a foundation, the mask is tinted to suit your skin tone and used before foundation - creating that barrier between skin and make-up.
After applying the mask to her face, Boyce says, "If I were to describe how it feels on the skin, it feels like I applied a thin layer of a peel-off mask." But after blending her foundation, the mask started to peel by itself.
And the verdict? "It's not working, guys," the vlogger says.
Another fad that'll be trending for a couple weeks and will appear all over your Instagram and YouTube and over time will fade into the background like every other beauty craze of 2017.
I think we'll just stick to our normal foundations and BB creams.