5.05.2011

Strawberry Mask

A couple of weeks ago I tried this strawberry mask that was posted on Beautylish because I thought it would be interesting since I've never made a homemade mask before and the fact that I already had all the ingredients in my house didn't hurt at all. Living in Northern California has a lot of benefits to it and I could go on for days discussing it, but I won't haha. One of the great things is the produce here. Right now strawberries are in season so they're all around here. I had purchased some and they were close to spoiling, so I figured I'd try this out! On the link above, it lists all of the ingredients needed and how much of each for this mask.








Overall after the whole process, I liked how my skin felt afterwards and the fact that my face smelled amazingly sweet didn't hurt either. I swear I wanted to lick my face for the next day it smelled so good!



I hope you are all having a good week thus far & that you're having great weather like we are here. You'll hear from me soon! Take care!

6 comments:

Jessy said...

lol i can imagine why you want to lick your face~~i would've probably want to do the same ting if i were you~~~you are so funny in your picture~~~

btw im holding a giveaway, if you are feeling lucky, come and sign up~~~

jessy
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From Broadway said...

sounds like a very delicious mask!! lol

Dylana Suarez said...

Super lovely blog!

xoxo,

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Valerie Nguyen said...

I looove making masks! Especially mud masks, they're so amazing. Your mask looks so yummy to eat! haha!

KellieRoseMakeup said...

I love this! Home-made masks are definitely the best.

jazziebabycakes said...

Jessy, It smelled amazing, I couldn't help myself haha.

From Broadway, it is! :)

Dylana Suarez, thanks!

Valerie, I've never made a mud mask, I definitely need to add that to my list! & yes my mask was yummy I have to admit haha.

KellieRoseMakeup, I'm so glad I made one. It was my first time doing it and definitely not my last.