Best hair and face masks you've tried?

posted 1 year ago in Beauty
Post # 2
167 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2017

I’m always super nervous to try face masks because I’m scared I’ll break out, but I’ve heard good things about the Sephora brand. For hair masks I like the Argan Oil one and Joico makes a really good one too. I have coarse, curly hair and I feel like they both make my hair more smooth and sleek. 

Post # 4
110 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

My favourite hair mask is the Briogio Dont Despair, Repair! It’s nice and light but leaves my hair so soft. 


For face masks, my favourite brightening ones are the GlamGlow Flash Mud and Dermelect Microfacial. Just make sure you use sunscreen!

GlamGlow Supermud is phenomenal for breakouts or cysts!

Boscia Luminizing Black Mask always leaves my skin clean and tight.

Aztec Healing Clay mask is another favourite, my skin always looks amazing with that one!

If you want to be fancy, the Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Eye patches are very luxurious!

Post # 5
2493 posts
Buzzing bee

I second the Aztec Healing Clay. Only mask I’ve EVER used that actually does something.

For hair, Olaplex, hands down.

For MOISTURIZING face mask, Shiseido Ibuki Beauty Sleep Mask at night RIGHT before bed, over your usual moisturizer.

Post # 6
113 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

Dr. Jart Ceramidin Sheet mask. It does clog my pores a little after 24 hours, so I used it the morning of my wedding. It’s the only sheet mask that leeches the redness out of my skin and give me a glow.

ETA: Forgot to mention–buy from Amazon and not Sephora! Amazon has them for much cheaper. 

Post # 9
391 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

Freeman face masks are cheap but have good reviews. I like the cucumber clay one. 

Post # 10
1359 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

I love the Origins Charcoal mask 

Post # 12
375 posts
Helper bee

My favorite hair mask is: 

1 egg yolk

2tbls coocnut oil (liquid–slightly warm)

.5 to 1 tbls honey

I put it over wet hair and then let it set for an hour (though my hair is very curly and has never been greasey in its life). 

Rinse in *cool* water. Don’t want to cook the egg when rinsing. 

It always leaves my hair soft and bouncy the next day. 🙂 


Aussie’s 3 Minute Miracle is a cheap quick mask that I like as well. 

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