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Get Scary Good Looks With Sadako And Kayako Beauty Masks For Their Epic Horror Crossover

In case you haven't heard, two of Japan's iconic horror characters, Sadako (The Ring) and Kayako (Ju-On), are colliding this summer in an appropriately titled crossover ghost film: Sadako vs. Kayako. Promotional campaigns for the clash of Japanese horror titans have given us some cool trinkets, and this awesome Kayako Instagram account. Now those efforts are spooking their way into unexpected territory with beauty masks inspired by the two most famous Japanese horror villians.

If you've walked through a Japanese drug store before then you may have noticed that the country has a thing for face masks as a method of skin care. While the face packs usually don't differ much from usual beauty masks, they have recently started to be modeled after popular anime and pop-culture characters, and even dabbled in Kabuki. While they sometimes have unintended terrifying results, this Sadako vs. Kayako face pack makes no reservations about capturing the horror of evil Japanese spirits. The masks come in two varieties, one for each ghost, with a difference in fragrance.

Sadako Mask, Lavender Scented.

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Kayako Mask, Rose Scented.

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The sheets that the masks are made out of contain typical ingredients thought to be applicable for "anti-aging" and skin-care, such as hyaluronic acid and collagen. So if you want to show your fan support for either (or both) of these two gruesome ghouls while getting some skin treatment, you can try and make arrangements to get them from a friend living in Japan. They'll be available at drug stores, Don Quijote, and even Japanese theaters, for 800 yen ($7.19 USD) a pack starting June 18th--the same date the film hits Japanese theaters. Web stores will also start to stock them, so hold on to hope for international shipping.

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By - grape Japan editorial staff.

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