The internet is divided over a "shower shield" that protects your makeup while you bathe

18 June 2019, 16:23 | Updated: 18 June 2019, 17:29

The ShowrShield.
The ShowrShield. Picture: ShowrShield
Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

This is… kind of genius?

We've all been there, no matter how grubby admitting it may make you feel. You've been wearing makeup during the day and want to grab a quick shower before heading out again, but you don't want to get rid of that flawless contour. The next thing you know you're in the shower and trying to desperately crane your face away from the water, all while trying to give your body (and hopefully legs and feet) a good 'ol wash. Well, no more, our prayers have been answered and it's all thanks to the ShowrShield.

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The ShowrShield is basically exactly what it says on the tin. It shields your makeup from water whilst you're in the shower. Keep your makeup pristine, eyelash extensions in tact and your microbladed brows on fleek. It even comes in two colours – black or pink.

The ShowrShield retails for £12 ($14.95) and was made by American entrepreneur Sheridan, who put in the hard work to make sure the device is truly water tight.

Watch the ShowrShield in action here.

It's not just for makeup lovers either. The ShowrShield can help people who have had facial surgery and require to keep their face dry, whilst it can also help people who have Hyper Sensory Disorder or are on the Autism spectrum, who sometimes don't like getting water in their faces.

It received positive reviews online, especially when one woman put the ShowrShield to the test on behalf of INSIDER. She noted how her makeup was kept in tact throughout her hot shower, even when she washed her hair, and because it's got a handy adjustable strap, it can fit just about anyone. Her only gripe was that it left a huge indent on her head where the ShowrShield had been resting and it didn't protect her neck from splashes.

As soon as the product was discovered online, the internet was up in arms over it. No-one had ever seen something so simple yet so effective.

Some were eager to get their hands on one.

And then there were those who thought the concept was terrible.

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