She Made For Such a Lovely Corpse: Mrs. Silver’s Egg White Facials

I don’t know about you, but after a day full of Valentine’s Day mischief-making, my skin always breaks out. If you too have the tendency towards oily skin, I recommend using the dearly departed Mrs. Silver’s egg white facial masque. Mrs. Silver was a close friend of mine before she was overtaken by zombies last spring. She really made for such a pretty ghoul!

Any kind of birds' eggs will do when you make Mrs. Silver's egg white facial

Any kind of birds’ eggs will do when you make Mrs. Silver’s egg white masque

I used to be a fan of an avocado clay masque prior to 2019, but after the zombie apocalypse happened it seemed dangerous to turn your skin into an undead pallor. This clear masque will give you smooth, clear skin while keeping you safe from unwanted head wounds attributable to silly misunderstandings.

2 eggs (any kind of birds’ will do)

How you do it:

1. Wash your face

2. Crack the eggs and transfer the yolk between the shell halves over a bowl to separate the whites from the yolk.  (Once all the egg whites have been transferred to the bowl, set aside the yolks for later use in baking and add the shells to your compost. It is fine to be vain but no need to be wasteful!)

3. Stir egg white mixture.

4. Apply to your face with clean fingers.

5. Wait 15-20 minutes or until masque is dry.

6. Wash your face and stare in the mirror at your beauty for hours.

Of course, Mr. K says that my use of our egg supply is wasteful, but after we instituted a zombie carcass scarecrow to scare away the rabid dogs, we’ve had more eggs than nearly any other ingredient. And anyway, how many times can one really eat crepes, omelets and quiche?

Sincerely Yours,
Miss E

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