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    Honey and Lemon Facial Glow Mask 1. Tie all of your hair back away from the facial area 2. Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores

  • Megan O'Reilly

    1. Tie all of your hair back away from the facial area 2. Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores | Learn more about easy #homemade #face #masks here http://easyhomemadefacemasks.blogspot.com/2012/12/4-natural-easy-homemade-face-masks.html

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1. Tie all of your hair back away from the facial area 2. Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores - Click image to find more Hair & Beauty Pinterest pins

Cold weather can wreak havoc on your skin, so we know you've been upping your skincare routine until winter is over. To treat your seasonally irritated and flaking skin, we’ve rounded up some of the BEST masks to get you through this harsh winter.

1. Tie all of your hair back away from the facial area 2. Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores hair-beauty-nails

1. Tie all of your hair back away from the facial area 2. Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores.

DIY skincare is always a great way to pamper yourself in the comfort of your own home, have a fun girls' night and to save a few bucks (always a plus!) Face #Masks..... P.s. (the oily and dry skin directions are backwards, mayo is for dry skin)

Homemade Face Mask Recipes for each type of face. Whether you're oily skinned, dry skinned, dull skinned or acne scarred, here are a couple of fantastic DIY masks.

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Steam face to open your pores (or take a hot shower) 3. On clean skin, apply your mixture of honey and lemon all over 4. Let the mask sink in for 20 minutes (take a cat nap!) 5. Wash off with warm water and a final splash of cold water to close pores

1. Pull you hair back so it’s away from your face. 2. Open your pores by steaming your face over a basin filled with very hot water or by getting into a hot shower. 3. Clean your skin, and then apply a mixture of lemon and honey all over your face. 4. Leave the mask on your face for about 20 minutes. 5. Wash the mask off with warm water, and then close your pores by splashing your face with cold water.