It’s Fall and my skin hasn’t been great, so I’ve been doing a lot of face mask. In general face mask don’t tend to be very expensive, but if you doing them often it can add up. DIY face mask are a cheap and effective alternative and also their something I tend to make with friends at sleepovers for fun. All of these are good for sensitive skin. Here are three of my favorite DIY face mask.
Charcoal Face Mask
- 1 capsule Activated Charcoal
- 1 tab Coconut oil
- 1/2 tsp Water
- 1/4 tsp Baking Soda
Leave on 15 min and rinse off with cold water and face wash
Blueberry Face Mask
- 15 Blueberries
- 1/2 tsp Rose water
- 1/2 tsp Honey
Leave on for 10 min and rise off with cold water
Hydrating Avocado Face Mask
- 1/4 of a Avocado
- 4 drops of Honey
- 1/4 tsp Rose Water
Leave on for 15 min and rinse off with cold water
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I live in Texas and even though it’s November it’s still 80 degrees outside(not that I’m complaining). In late November it will suddenly become extremely cold and will probably snow. As for right now It’s hard to do Fall fashion when it’s hot outside, so it’s kind of like fall on top and summer on the bottom. I also did a french braid on the left side of my hair.
I saw this car and immediately wanted to take a picture with it.
I took this at the mall and it was a little strange with all the people around, but it was fun seeing everyones reactions.
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All of these DIY’s are fairly simple and I was really happy with how they all turned out. You can get the majority of the supplies at a craft store or you can order it online. This is actually my first time decorating for fall and I probably went a little over board, but I am in love with the decorations and probably won’t want to take them down when spring comes along.
- Fake Leaves
- Gold Paint
Step 1- I taped the leaves to cardboard to make them easy to paint and gave them all two coats of paint.
Step 2- Once dry attach the leaves to a string. I just tape them to an existing garland I had to make it feel like fall. If you want to know how to make the garland you can read about it here.
Water Marble Coasters
- White outdoor paint (you could also use acrylic paint and a sealant)
- Nail Polish
- A container
- a small wooden stick
Step 1- Paint your coaters white and let dry overnight
Step 2- Fill your container with water
Step 3- Slowly pour nail polish into the water and let it spread, but don’t wait to long or it won’t move around easily.
Step 4- Using your wooden stick use a light touch to move the nail polish around until your happy with it. Their will probably be some trial and error. Once you have you design ready dip your coater into water and using a cutip pick up all the nail polish that hasn’t gone onto the coater, so it doesn’t ruin your design.
Step 5- Allow to dry and your done. If you want you can also seal it.
Leaf Print Pillow
- White fabric or a white pillow case
- Gold Paint
- Fake leaves
- Hot glue gun or something to sew with
- Black pom pom’s (optional)
Step 1- Fold the fabric over and cut out the size you want. I used a pillow I already had to help measure the size I wanted. Since I wanted two I used the first one as a guide foe the second.
Step 2- Glue or sew around the edges, leaving a small whole at the bottom to turn it inside out and. to stuff the pillow.
Step 3- Paint a fake leaf and press it down onto the pillow case. Be generous with the paint and use something like a piece of cardboard to help push the leaf down. Repeat this using different sizes of leafs.
Step 4- Stuff the pillows and glue or sew the whole at the bottom. I also glued on black pom pots because I thought it looked really cute.
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It’s thankfully still warm where I live and I am going to enjoy the nice weather for as long as I can. Since it was so nice out my mum and I went to the parkway near my house and I took some photos.
Pretty much everything I wear is really comfortable and easy to move around in . Trying to jump up on things and moving around a lot doesn’t usually work very well in tight pants or dresses, unfortunately.
I had sooo much fun taking these pictures, but afterwards I just wanted to eat and go to sleep. I wore a hoodie from H&M that I got for Christmas, shorts that wear originally jeans, and boots from rue 21. I also decided to French braid my hair as it was really hot that day and I can’t stand my hair being in my face.
Shorts: Michael Kors
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