I'm slightly obsessed with cupcakes right now. And by slightly, I mean, I've eaten one almost every night for the past week and a half. I've actually gone out of my way to visit different cupcakeries (I think I just made that word up, but technically if that's all the place serves, that's what it is, right?) in the greater Los Angeles area. It's bad for me on all levels - gas money, travel time, cupcake money, bigger pants... And yet, I can't seem to stop eating them. (And for the record, my favorite right now is Yummy Cupcakes. If I ever leave Los Angeles, I'm going to miss that place even more than The Coffee Bean). Anyway... this fits in nicely because Lush has a bunch of fresh face masks and the one that I like the best so far (out of the three I've tested) is called Cupcake. (It's like we were destined to be together, isn't it?) They're all made from fresh ingredients and are refrigerated for maximum freshness, so you know they're (drumroll please...) fresh. The Cupcake mask is for problem/oily skin, but it worked well on my normal skin too. And it smells like chocolate. Really, that's all you would've had to say to sell me on it, but the bonus is that it left my skin glowing. The only bad thing about it is that it looks kind of gross - sort of like grainy mud. But then again, it's not like you're putting on a face mask and heading out for the night anyway - they're more of a watching TV/reading magazines kind of activity, so I guess that doesn't matter. Also, be aware that because they're so committed to keeping their masks fresh, you can't order them for delivery and can only purchase them at a Lush store. I want to say that's really admirable on their part, but it's probably just a clever marketing ploy to get you into their stores so you'll spend even more money. And it totally works. The people at Lush are evil geniuses! Evil geniuses, I tell you!