The 1st time I used it I got it all over my fingers and couldn't do anything else for the 15 minutes. The 2nd time I decided to use a small plastic butter knife. That worked perfectly 🥰. I'm still confused about how much to use a dime or nickel size or??
Thank you for your review! Using a spatula or synthetic mask brush is a great way to achieve a tidy application! If applying with fingertips, you can use a tissue to remove mask right after application. If there are still traces of the mask on your fingertips, you can use soap and water to remove traces, just be careful not to submerge the whole hand in water, only the fingertips. When it comes to application, apply an even opaque layer of mask to the backs of hands only (avoid fingers and knuckles). The layer should be thick enough that your skin doesn't show through, but not so thick that it can drip off of your hand and take an extended amount of time to dry. We hope these tips are helpful! If you have additional questions, our customer servive team is here for you, you can reach us at email@example.com.