January 7, 2019

I Probably Wouldn’t Pay $24 But Sephora’s DIY Mask Tool Set Is Nifty

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Sephora DIY Mask Tool Set ($24) feels like one of those tool sets I need in my masking life. I actually dig this a lot. First off, I mask a lot and although, I typically prefer sheet masks I do use quite a few cream or gel masks too. Now, sheet masks are easy! Rip ’em open, place them on your face, sit around for a while, and toss them! Simple, easy, no mess. Creams, liquids, gels, well, those are a little messier to deal with. Most of those masks don’t come with spatulas or applicators which means you have to dig around your own stash for some sort of applicator. Sometimes you even have to mix some them!

This little Sephora DIY Mask Tool Set has possibilities to make masking life much easier. The set includes a mixing bowl, a small towel, two silicone applicators, and a fan brush. It’s pretty much everything you need for a successful mask application sans the mess. I love the idea of scooping some of my favorite Peter Thomas Roth’s masks into the little bowl and applying them with one of the spatulas or even the fan brush.

Seems like a nice, mess-free way to mask! Not sure I want to pay $24 for the set in all honesty but if it should go on sale I’d be all over it.

How do you apply your favorite cream or gel masks? Any special tools that you use?

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  • Ashley

    I agree, wait till this becomes 1/2 off at some point. This is just another ripped off, rebranded idea, and most certainly over priced. You can get a kit like this on Amazon for 7 bucks, one day shipping (prime), pink, and it has a few more useful components, like measuring spoons, a spray bottle, a small jar to store recipes in the fridge, a sponge and a brush that will pick up even the most watery of masks. If you’re a kitchen beautician who likes to whip up homemade skin and hair care, the kits really come in handy. But nice try Sephora.

  • Anna

    I DIYed my own mixing bowl a few years ago when I bought clay in order to make a mask. I used a flat foundation brush to apply.
    But I have to say that I have better luck buying ready made masks than mixing my own!

  • Jennifer

    …I work with epoxy all the time for my art and holy CRAP this set would be perfect for that. You have to mix more than one goo together uniformly, you can’t use a normal cup because there is always some left over, and it never fails to be a mess that means you have to toss a bunch of mixing sticks and the cups you mixed everything in. And I bet in a month it will be on sale 😀