This Is What Wearing 100 Sheet Masks At Once Looks Like

Right when you thought you could confidently say that the viral 100-layers trend had gone the way of Tebowing and the mannequin challenge, Charlotte Cho, co-founder of the popular K-beauty retailer Soko Glam, decided to celebrate the company’s milestone of 100,000 Instagram followers in a totally reasonable fashion: by putting on 100 sheet masks at once.
Cho shared a video of the process to Soko Glam’s Instagram, but not without a disclaimer. “We do NOT promote or recommend trying on 100 sheet masks at the same time! This video should not be recreated — it was done for fun,” the caption reads.
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That’s most likely because, by the time Cho reaches the halfway point, suffocation does not seem outside the realm of possibility. In fact, she requests a straw be placed in her mouth in order to breathe — kind of like snorkeling, except she's not even a little bit underwater.
Just the thought of having 100 layers of wet, heavy cotton clinging to your face is enough to make any claustrophobe scream — and we won’t even get into the budgetary aspect of the experiment. All we know is that the revival of the challenge only reinforced something we already knew: that 100 layers of anything is far too many, no matter how hydrated your skin feels afterward.