6.20.2013

DIY Sheet Masks Recipes Ft. Born Pretty

Mixing Kit and Plain Sheet Masks

Born Pretty is an online store that I've featured before here with their nail polishes. But they have other items, too, like the ones I'm sharing today. They sent me a mixing kit and a pack of plain sheet masks. Enjoy!

These sheet masks are plain and dry, so you can add your own product(s).

Sheet masks are really popular because everything you need is contained in the mask, they usually aren't messy, and they provide a relaxing experience. But these sheet masks can become expensive, and could have skin irritants, but you can make your own and customize however you want! They're great for travel, too. Check out some DIY Sheet Mask Recipes below:

Dry Skin

  • Mask 1: Milk--Mix 1/3 c whole milk with 1 tsp. honey.
  • Place the sheet mask into the mix, gently remove excess, and then place on face for 15 minutes. Rinse face with water.


  • I'm using the mixing bowl they sent me. The bowl is flexible, making it easy to pour out of. It also came with measuring spoons, a mixing spatula/applier, and a application brush.
  • Mask 2: Yogurt--Sometimes masks can be a little messy, and I like using the brush to apply yogurt on my face and then placing a plain sheet mask on top to help contain the mess.

Normal Skin

  • Mix 1 tbs. honey with 3 tbs. Apple Cider Vinegar and add some water to dilute.
  • Allow the sheet mask to absorb the mix and place on face 15 minutes and then rinse face.
  • Since ACV is a little strong to smell, I've also used vodka or green tea.


Oily Skin

  • Brew a bag of peppermint, green, or chamomile tea. Once the tea has cooled, place the sheet mask into the tea and allow it to fully absorb. Remove excess tea from mask and place on face for 15 minutes.

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18 comments:

  1. This looks great, I totally must check out this site.

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  2. I love sheet masks! I like how some are made, so you don't even have to wash your face afterwards!

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  3. ooooh, i'm gonna try the one for oily skin! ;)

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  4. Face masks are among the only things I DIMyself, but I stick to oils and eggs and honey.. the rest, I prefer to buy..

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  5. I wonder if they are available here. Have been looking for those fabric masks for ages! x

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  6. I've never tried sheet masks before. It looks and sounds good though....

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  7. Great work again Elle! I really recently bought a mask with points I had from purchasing beauty boxes on a mask and the mask is exactly the same as the one you purchased lol but with added ingredients, xoxo.

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  8. I've never used a sheet mask before (can you believe it?), but now I feel like I need to try one out. :)

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  9. This mask is fantastic for DIYers like you! I had no idea they even made this.

    (At the first picture, I didn't realize it was a plain mask and though "Hmm... I don't know. The mask looks a little dry." XD)

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  10. This looks cool! Never tried it before!

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  11. I love this idea! I never use the sheet masks I sometimes end up with from Asia-- I can't read half the ingredients in them and don't want to risk an allergic reaction.

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  12. I have to admit, I've never used a sheet mask... the way they look sort of makes me nervous, is that weird? The oily skin mask recipe sounds lovely though, I may just have to get over my irrational fear so I can try it :)
    xox,
    Cee

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  13. I never saw that before and I find it amazing! Thanks for sharing and teaching us! I love to have nice skin (who doesn'!!!!) and that is really great! I will definitely try it!!!

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  14. I have never seen this and I have to say it's pretty fascinating!!

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  15. Oh I saw some of those plain sheet masks at one of my local asian stores but I wasnt sure how to use it because it wasn't a liquid masks. But I might buy them because they are really cheap and try out your diy recipes for it because them seem really easy.

    Nina
    http://curvymod.blogspot.com/

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  16. I've never heard of a sheet mask - nifty!

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  17. I've never used a sheet mask before, but if I ever do, this is so great to know :)

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