The Best Sheet Masks to Try With Your Bridesmaids




 

Want to get luminous, lit-from-within skin for your wedding-the lazy way? Look no further than sheet masks. Beyond being simple to use, they're individually wrapped and pre-soaked with product, so they're potent, portable, and sanitary. (Of course you know all this by now, anyway.) But when you need a quick boost of hydration or an immediate glow, these babies work like a charm. Plus, sheet masks are the perfect activity for a night spent bonding with your bridesmaids.

Whether you're celebrating your bachelorette party with a girls' night in or having your bridesmaids over for a bit of last-minute wedding planning, you can easily schedule in some skincare too thanks to these sheet masks. Simply pop in a wedding-centric movie like Bridesmaids or Father of the Bride, hand out those wedding favors that need assembling, and gift each of your bridesmaids their sheet mask of choice, and you've got yourselves a bridesmaids bonding night that'll leave you all with a spa-like glow. Whether you or your bridesmaids are looking for masks that are hydrating and firming or soothing and clarifying, there are a huge variety of sheet masks to fit many different skincare needs.

Ahead, we are sharing seven standouts to get you started.

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Charlotte Tilbury Revolutionary Instant Magic Facial Dry Sheet Mask

While most sheet masks are dripping wet when you remove them from their packaging, this one is totally dry and mess-free. Held within the textile fabric is a beneficial mix of ingredients, such as shea butter and olive oil, that help lift, brighten, smooth, and hydrate. The glowing results last a full eight hours, so keep them in your bridal suite to use while getting ready for the big day.

SHOP NOW: Charlotte Tilbury, $22

SK-II Facial Treatment Mask

This splurge-worthy mask](https://www.brides.com/story/when-to-save-and-splurge-on-beauty-products) delivers serious radiance in 15 minutes or less. Each mask is loaded with a natural, vitamin-rich yeast extract that keeps skin soft, smooth, and firm.

SHOP NOW: Nordstrom, $95 for six

Lancôme Advanced Génifique Hydrogel Melting Mask

In less than 10 minutes after application, your skin will feel ultra-hydrated, plump, and renewed. Key ingredients include Bifidus, which creates a moisture barrier to protect skin, and glycerin to lock it all in.

SHOP NOW: Sephora, $15

Peach Slices Clarify Sheet Mask

Draw out dead skin cells, dirt, and more with this clarifying mask. It gets soothing and toning ingredients, such as loquat leaf and persimmon leaf, deep down into your pores to help keep your skin blackhead- and blemish-free.

SHOP NOW: Target, $2.49

Karuna CleanMUD Face Mask

You will get a deep clean in a matter of minutes with this charcoal-mixed skin savior. There's no need to worry about drying out your complexion either, as this sheet mask also contains hyaluronic acid to restore hydration.

SHOP NOW: Karuna, $8

St. Ives Nourish and Soothe Oatmeal Sheet Mask

All the stress that comes with wedding planning is bound to not only freak you out, but your skin as well. Consider this soothing sheet mask laced with oatmeal extract and vitamin C your new go-to for calming your complexion.

SHOP NOW: Target, $2.32

See more: "Why I Got a Manicure Every Single Week of My Engagement"

Dr. Jart+ Firm Lover Rubber Mask

If you have been struggling with fine lines or sagging skin, this two-step sheet mask is a great place to start in giving your skin a contoured lift. The ampoule pack is infused with a berry complex of antioxidants that promote natural elasticity, while the rubber mask has brown seaweed as well as brown algae to maintain moisture.

SHOP NOW: Sephora, $12

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