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In the world of celebrity skin care, it’s not uncommon to find A-listers like Kate Bosworth slathering turmeric ice cubes on her face to de-puff her eyes,  Salma Hayek putting a smoothie on her skin, or Chris Pratt double masking (and double tasking) like a pro on a Sunday night.

As he watches his beloved Seahawks football game, the actor works on a serious glow with a little help from his hair stylist (and pinch-hitting skin-care guru), Bridget Brager (who also works with stars the likes of Margot Robbie and Kate Bosworth). Brager massages a clear sheet mask onto his face as he also wears under-eye patches, which work to combat dark circles and puffiness.

“In the spirit of Christmas, it’s important to know how much better it feels to give than to receive,” jokes Pratt in his Instagram video. “So I want to say to Bridget Brager, my long-time hair and makeup princess queen, you’re welcome for this opportunity to give me this amazing facial massage with a creepy plastic mask on. I’m like a little Christmas Hannibal Lecter.”

He’s spot-on with the villain reference—no one ever said sheet masks make you look like angels. That is, not until you remove them for that enviable glow.

Speaking of, this is a beginner’s guide to Korean sheet masks. Pair these with a facial essence for even brighter skin.