DIY: Facial hair removal peel off mask

Hello my lovely friends, this is Piu here with a home remedy for removing facial hair. Please follow the steps properly to get best results as the application & removal part is a bit tricky.

INGREDIENTS:

4 teaspoon of gelatin powder

3 table spoon of warm milk

PREPARATION:

Mix the ingredients in a bowl & keep stirring until the gelatin dissolves completely.

APPLICATION:

Use an old makeup brush to apply the mask evenly all over the face. Apply immediately after mixing; make sure it’s a little warm during application. Avoid areas near eyes & be extremely careful while applying above the eyebrows. Since it’s a peel off mask apply 2-3 coats of the mask Β to make sure it is thick enough. Let it dry completely. It may take some time; for me it generally takes around 25-30 mins to dry. Removal of the mask is the most crucial thing. Start peeling from the end of your chin in an upward motion. Try to peel in a direction which is against the growth of the hair. The mask may not come off in one piece but that’s not a problem; just keep peeling in an upward motion. It does hurt a little while removing but the end result makes the pain completely worth it. After removal of the mask,wash your face with cold water and pat dry. Apply rosewater or toner. In case of sensitive skin rub ice cubes after removal of the pack. This mask not just helps in removing facial hair but also reduces hair growth.

IMMEDIATELY AFTER APPLICATION:

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AFTER 30 MINS:

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READY TO BE PEELED OFF

Try this & do comment below to share your experience πŸ™‚

until next time….

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