A GLAMGLOW Glitter Mask Is Happening & You Need To See It Sparkle In Action

When it comes to creative beauty, masks reign supreme. From cat-themed sheet masks to carbonated bubble masks, there's something for everyone. Now, however, one product may be the one to top them all. GLAMGLOW's Glitter Mask is a creation sent straight from the heavens, and it's exactly what it sounds like: a mask complete with star-shaped glitter. With a black base and lots of sparkle, it's a cosmically-inspired must-have.

Of course, GLAMGLOW is no stranger to ultra-cool, Instagram-worthy masks. Not only are they the geniuses behind the ultra-popular chrome peel-off mask (GravityMud), but they also created the gorgeous Sonic-inspired blue mask (Sonic Blue GravityMud). Now, however, they're stepping it up a notch and adding a lot of sparkle. Because can you ever have enough glitter?

What exactly will a mask filled with glitter do for your skin? It's actually the silver mask you see all over Instagram reformatted in black with star-shaped glitter. The GravityMud Firming Treatment helps hide fine lines, improve skin tone, and tightens skin. It's a miracle worker, and now you can improve your skin by essentially covering it in glitter.

If you were planning to head out and grab the cosmic mask now, there's a bit of bad news. The launch is planned for holiday 2017 at Sephora, but that doesn't mean you can't drop a meaningful hint to your family, friends, or significant other.

If you're curious about the price, it won't come as a surprise to GLAMGLOW fans. The Glitter Mask will retail for a cool $69 once it hits shelves.

Given the brand's track record for incredible products, the new Glitter Mask is worth every penny. Since it's multi-use, the price breaks down making the retail value a bit more palatable for those who can't get enough of those $2 sheet masks.

Love glitter? Can't get enough skin care in your life? GLAMGLOW's new Glitter Mask may be your new go-to. Plus, think about all of those 'likes' you'll get once you post it to Instagram.