A DIY SHEET MASK…?  YES YOU CAN. 

 

 

So, you love your essence, serum, lotion of choice so much and you happen to like sheet masks a lot?  We have good news. You don’t have to make the choice anymore. Did you know you can use your favorite products and Klaris cotton pads to make your very own custom sheet mask?  Today we teach you how in our Glowing Saturday tutorial to make your homemade sheet mask using your favorite products. 

Sheet masks, we all love them. They are a staple in our life. It’s that very own me-moment when we disconnect all the devices and just relax. But we love our products too and sometime we feel guilty as we have to choose one instead of the other. Well. These days are over. We want to share a very popular Korean beauty method to make your in-house sheet mask using your favorite products . As most of our tutorials, it’s very easy and fun, All you need is some quality cotton puff and your favorite products. This method is great for making small, spot treatment masks or eye masks too. Behold .. the glow!

Let’s dive deep into out DIY sheet mask tutorial .

 

 

WHAT DO YOU NEED.

To create your own DIY sheet mask, all you need is an essence, serum or toner and some quality cotton puffs. Cotton disks like Klairs Cotton pads are ideal for this as they pull apart cleanly and don’t leave lint on your face .

HOW TO MAKE YOUR DIY SHEET MASK.

CHOOSE THE RIGHT TONER.

Saturate the cotton puff with a toner. You can choose any kind of toner you want/have . We usually employ Klairs Supple Preparation Facial Toner is the best to make a mask out of because it is packed full of soothing and hydrating ingredients. It can help with just about any skin type and condition thanks to extracts like hyaluronic acid and beta-glucan to boost moisture level. Additionally, licorice root, rose geranium and aloe are the perfect weapon for brightening and anti-inflammatory action. You can indeed use the product of your choice. By the way that’s the cool thing of crafting our own DIY masks. 

 

 

PREPARE THE MASK.

Once  your Klairs Cotton pad is completely moistened, gently pull each layer of the puff apart so that you have several very thin sheets instead of one thick cotton puff. 

IMPROVING THE MASK FIT.

Try crafting the mask quickly to prevent the sheets from drying. Once you have all of the layers separated, very gently stretch each sheet to make it a little thinner and broader to grant a first-class fit.

 

 

APPLYING YOUR DIY SHEET MASK.

Position the first sheet on your forehead with a particular attention to the T-zone area. 

Hand the second layer and stretch it across your nose. Make sure two rip to holes for the eyes. Use one sheet per cheek, possibly doubling it on the nose area. Finally, place the final sheet over your chin and mouth.Remember to tear a hole for mouth as well, so the lips area is covered as well. Leave in place for 10 to 15 minutes then peel each sheet off, patting the product in excess for better absorption. 

As usual, your DIY sheet mask  is better with a hot beverage, like million tisane included in every order. Glow as you feel relaxed, relieved.