I’m so late with this!
Have you guys heard/tried multi masking? It’s basically using 2 or 3 face masks at a time to treat your problem areas instead of one! Different masks may be suitable for one area of your face but not so great for the other areas. For instance, we tend to be oilier around our t-zones and have normal to combo skin everywhere else, a charcoal mask will be perfect for those t-zones but too strong for let’s say your cheeks. This is where multi masking steps in, so you can use another mask, e.g hydrating/radiance on your cheeks and a charcoal mask on your t-zone.
Multi masking is really not a new thing but it is a clever way of coming up with a totally customised face regime. You really don’t have to get new products either so don’t be fooled by any ‘multi-masking kits’ you see unless you don’t have any masks to begin with. If you have 2 or 3 laying around already (which I think we all do) just mix and match them and get creative with it!
I am a big fan of Superdrug face masks sachets and I had 2 lying about so I decide to pair them up with my fav Avon Mask for a mini tut on multi-masking. I will be using
- Avon 3 in 1 Blemish Clearing Mask– to help deal with breakouts, I used them on my cheeks, center of my forehead and chin where I usually get them
- Superdrug Super Exfoliating Mask for a deep pore cleanse, I used it on my nose were my pores are large and get clogged easily
- Superdrug Sugar and Spice Self Heating Mask on all the available areas lol to help soften the skin!
Be warned, gruesome pic coming up! lool
It can be quite time consuming, painting on up to 3 or 4 face masks but I must admit it is fun to do! I don’t think I will be doing this every day, maybe once a week or in a while when I have some more time to spare.
Go on get creative and start multi masking!
Do you multi mask? What products do you use?