Kim Cattrall Used This Face Mask Before Her Big ‘AJLT’ Cameo

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She’s backkkkkk.

Before Kim Cattrall made her long-awaited cameo as Samantha in the season two finale of And Just Like That…, the 67-year-old actress’s glam squad wanted to make sure she looked her usual best. As part of her skin prep, her makeup team used  Joanna Vargas’s Twilight Face Mask ($75) on her face before applying makeup.

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According to Cattrall’s makeup artist, Kyra Panchenko, she used the celebrity facialist’s famous sheet mask to help hydrate the star’s skin before moving on to the makeup routine.

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Joanna Vargas’s Twilight Face Mask

The Joanna Vargas Twilight Face Mask ($75) is made for normal, dry and combination skin. The deep conditioning mask delivers the Epidermal Growth Factor (which aims to regulate cell growth and production), in an effort to achieve a vibrant and even glow.

The other two main ingredients in the skin care product are niacinamide and witch hazel water. While the official website states the sheet mask has a faint floral scent, it is said to be safe for sensitive skin girlies. 

And judging by the countless 5-star reviews, it appears that past customers have nothing but good things to say about the face mask. One person (who gave a 5 out of 5 rating) said, “My skin looked amazing after using this mask! It was so relaxing to sit back and let it work its wonders.” Another reviewer shared, “I love to use this mask before a night out. I feel super glory.”

You had us at glowy skin.

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