After all those Halloween Makeup tutorials we figured our pores were in need of some serious TLC. A co-worker of mine recently told me about her experience using a bubble clay mask called Milky Piggy and the pictures were HILARIOUS. So since our faces were already in dire need, we figured why not give it a try… Get some good laughs and a deep cleanse all at once.


We decided to try the Elizabeth Mott One Bad Motha’foamer Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, because wouldn’t a name like that make you want to buy it too. The experience was definitely interesting to say the least. Check out our video above to see our full first impression of this Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask craze.

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Hey Hipsters, my name is Krystal. Lover of video, DIY projects, natural hair and small cute animals! I'm a scatter-brained perfectionist representing Ball State University!!! Chirp Chirp👌🏽👌🏽! I have a passion for being behind the camera and bringing stories to life. And my motto is if it exists I can probably look it up and make it myself.

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Indy Hip Chic is a lifestyle blog following the amazingly awesome lives of 4 Indy natives. Originally created to be a creative outlet and place to try new things we thought why not share this experience??? And with that Indy Hip Chic was born. From cosplay to vegan recipes we cover a little bit of everything while showing off the place we call home.

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