I have recently heard great thing about 7th heaven masks recently.
From friends and reviews by fellow bloggers. I decided to give the brand ago and purchased the Dead Sea Mud Pac.
I picked this one as it is said to prevent an oily T Zone, take away dead skin, open pores and to distress. Which all of above is on my to do list, so this defiantly sounded like the best one for me.
As it’s changing from summer to Autumn, this is always the time when my skin takes the effects. My combination skin is currently at its worse and I have to master it now before winter time.
How to apply
- Cleanse face
- Apple mask onto wet face
- Leave for 10-15 mins
- Wash off
Opening the mask, you get an immediate waft of the fragrance. I’m sure what it supposed to smell like but to me it smells like fresh washing powder and I love how clean it smells!! 😍
Really easy to put on and take off! Takes around 18-20 mins to fully dry, I would say.
My skin has been great for the next five days, my black heads have gone down and my skin is least oily but feels really moisturised! I love this one and I would rate it 4/5.
Let me know how you get on!!
It’s still early October but I’m already excited for Halloween. I have no idea what I’m dressing up as but I’ve watched plenty of YouTube make up tutorials.
I was inspired by Tammy on Make up Revolution YouTube channel. She used the SFX beauty Pallet, liquid latex, fake blood and dark lipstick. I actually ordered everything she used in the videos!
For this blog I wanted to share with you, my first attempt at using liquid latex, using the layering technique ( with tissue) and fake blood.
How to do it
- Apply liquid latex to the skin
- Separate tissue, to small thin layers and stick or piece over liquid latex
- Apply liquid latex over tissue
- Repeat process like 4-6 times
- Cut a hole in the “fake wound”
- Wait to dry and pour fake blood in
How I found it
I actually was impressed at how easy it was to do. It was pretty messy and even after I cleaned the bathroom, I kept spotting fake blood. I think it would be best to practice before doing the real deal, as I learnt that using small bits of tissue and building it up is really key.
Will I use it again
Defo! Can’t wait to use it for Halloween? Just need some outfit suggestions??? Let me know if you have any ideas???