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beauty + an ode to sheet masks

I am really becoming more of a skincare girl these days. Don't get me wrong, applying makeup is still one of my favorite pasttimes, but in the past 6 months it's really dawned on me how important it is to take care of your skin. Having better, clearer, brighter skin makes your makeup (and all around body confidence) look better too.

Like every other beauty-obsessed blogger in the world, sheet masks are my new favorite holy-grail product. They're easy, they can be less expensive (or more expensive, depending on your price goal), and they deliver results.

I try to look for sheet masks that include the word "brightening" in the title. My skin is extremely well moisturized (thanks Beautycounter and Kiehl's), and I have clear skin. I don't really have any pressing skincare issues, but in my quest to have the perfect dewy skin, I go for the brightening sheet masks.

The sheet mask that is always at the top of every "must-have" list is the SK-II Facial Treatment Mask. It's on the pricier side, and I haven't tried it myself, but it's definitely on the wishlist.

Last week I used the Miss Spa Brighten Sheet Mask for the first time, which was extremely well priced and I ended up loving the result. When I first put on the mask, it was very cold (despite leaving it room-temperature in my bathroom). I must admit, it was very refreshing! This product promises to help eliminate a dull complexion and sunspots, and you only need to keep it on for 20 minutes.

My go-to sheet mask, as well as, in my opinion, the easiest choice, is the face mask line from Sephora. They have eight options to choose from, addressing concerns such as "nourishing and repairing" to "anti-fatigue and energizing." Rose, Pomegranate, and Pearl are my favorites. Sephora also has eye-sheet masks, and overnight masks, too.

If you want to go full-on beauty guru, put in a deep conditioner while you have on a sheet mask. 20 minutes of at-home spa worthy primp time.

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