the problem with face masks

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Posted by Zimra on May 9, 2001 at 02:09:25:

In reply to: Re: Windy solutions - ooppss posted by samantha on May 8, 2001 at 23:45:18:

: Do you have peel off face masks in the USA? surley you must.
: Ater applying the henna and the L/S i wait until it is dry and then
: gently apply the face mask onto and just over the edges of the
: and then wrap it in Micropore or whatever the person wants.

Yes, we do, and I've tried this (it was the night I forgot to
unstick the lid of the new skin before hennaing my hand... I couldn't
open it, so I had to scrounge for fixatives! I ended up using hair
spray and face mask. :-P). btw the hairspray (it was a pump, I don't
use aerosols) worked well in a pinch.

BUT the masks drive me crazy! I just love to peel them, and when
they dry on my skin I go NUTS if I can't peel it immediately! Utterly
bonkers. Liquid latex does the same thing to me... I had an audience
one night at Sirius as I tried desperately to peel the latex off from
the little bits that were exposed from my wrap... it is super-
stretchy and fun to peel.
I suppose I could use face masks on clients, but I figure that I
can't be the only one out there with a peeling fixation. :-) I like
to use something with a little less bulk than masks (or latex) which
is why I'm excited about the makeup fixative (and the thought of
smelling peppermint, and not stinky adhesive sinus cleaner!)

Zimra, her skin crawling at the thought of peel-off mask drying on
her skin!


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