How to Make Face Masks : How to Apply a Face Mask on Oily Skin


Hi, I?m Geeta, a beautician and hairdresser
from India. On behalf of Expert Village, I?m going to show you how to make your own face
mask. We’re going to start with the application of mask for the oily type of skin. Here I
have already mixed the mask and cleansing is done before. So let us start with the application
of mask. Mix the mask thoroughly. Take it on the brush. Wipe one side of the brush thoroughly
and start applying in the upwards and outwards position. The spreading of the mask should
be even all over the face. So as the amount and pull and tightness is even on the face.
In this mask I have added Red gram flour, lintel flour, some amount of moisture. To
moist the skin, I have also added honey to it. Because the gram flour and the lintel
flour has the capacity to dry the skin. So we have to maintain the moisture of the skin
while accessing the excess oil from the skin. To make a paste, I have used rose water. Rose
water is an excellent toner for the skin. It also gives soothing and maintains the moisture
of the skin. Some mint leaves, dry mint leaves are added. These leaves are very good from
for the pimple as this skin contains a little amount of pimple or acne on it. Avoid the
eye areas and the lip areas. Check the hair line. Now, after finishing the application,
cover the eyes with the cotton wools wraps, soaked in rose water or cold water. This will
give more relaxation while the pack is drying on the skin. Now let us wait for another ten
minutes for this pack to dry, then we will remove the pack.

Comments 16

  • I also had oily skin. May i know what are your mask made of?

  • Did she said dry mint leaves? or fresh mint leaves?

  • i wish i knew what was actually IN the mask. that is what i need to know!! :*(

  • flour, rose water, dried mint leaves, and honey.

  • smear it on a bagel too, yum!

  • She said lentil flour, whole wheat, honey, dried mint leaves (helps with pimples), and rose water to make the paste) then apply it and leave it for 10 minutes, remove with warm water and apply a toner and oil free moisturizer, also not greasy face sun block, if you would be indoor 15 SPF is ok, but outdoors at least 70 SPF. I heard that Latino and Asian type are more likely to develop sun spots on face. Good luck!

  • refresh the page. For me, it skips it.

  • @tanja4857
    imagine*

  • THIS INDIAN WOMAN IS APPLYING HER SHIT MIXED WITH HER URINE ON HER CLIENTS FACE, GOSH SO DISGUSTING, I OFTEN HEAR THAT INDIAN FACIALS USE THEIR OWN SHIT AND URINE AS A TREATMENT ON THE CLIENTS

  • @yujipondan what the hell u knw abt INDIANS.u ever u first larn some english. It should be INDIANS not INDIAN facials u stupid how indian facials use any thing? did u ever whent to school.

  • i like how she says pimple lol

  • looks like bird crap :S

  • @littlemissaloveable thats fucking racist im reporting you to youtube

  • Thank you, The mask is good and very good for my oily skin.my skin is looking good after puting on for 5 time in 15days. my face don't look oily any more like it ues to.Thans

  • As someone with blemish-prone, stress-affected, oily skin, I am always looking for new products to add to my skin care regimen. I have tried about a million different kinds of masques, but Lady Soma Antioxidant Masque is by far my favorite masque. It reduces oil on the skin without leaving it dry and flaky, which is the first challenge. It also reduces pore size. Aside from the immediate skin improvement, it also makes my skin more manageable over time.

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