I met her at Elevate last year and I adore her.
Hello! My name is April and I’m a wife and mother who loves of all things thrifted and vintage. I’m an avid thrifter who loves bringing new life to old treasures. I’m the owner of an Etsy shop called Vintage Gingerbread where I sell various vintage housewares, home decor and kitchy collectibles.
At the moment the bulk of my products are sold through “pop up” sales on Instagram (username @vintage_gingerbread). I’m so excited to be guest posting on Jen’s sweet blog today and I thought sharing a near and dear beauty recipe would be perfect.
Mix and apply a thin layer to your face.
After a few minutes it will begin to harden and shrink down until you have a super tight face.
That means it’s done and you can rinse it off.
I recommend using a wash cloth to scrub the mask off with warm water. Don’t freak out if you have to rinse your face a few times. I thought I had dyed my face yellow the first time I used it, but no worries, it comes off.
Your skin will feel super smooth and have a more even tone.