L’Oréal Paris recently came out with three different masks that make a perfect trio. These three masks, each targeting different skin concerns, are the perfect masks to multi-mask with, so I wanted to share how I multi-mask with this amazing set.
This mask specifically targets clogged pores, so I like to focus this on my nose. The Exfoliate & Refine Clay Mask has Red Algae Extract in it, which acts like a soft exfoliator. One of my main skin concerns is dry patches on and around my nose. This mask not only minimizes the appearance of my pores, but it also scrubs off any dead skin cells and dry patches when I wash it off.
This mask is perfect for the t-zone because like the previous mask, it gets rid of any dirt that is deep inside the pores, but also mattifies the area. The t-zone is the most common area people experience excess oil, so I like to apply this on the middle of my forehead and chin.
I suffer from dull and discolored skin, so this mask from L’Oréal Paris is the perfect fit for the rest of my face. I apply this mask on the outer perimeters of my face, mainly focusing on my cheeks and outer areas of my forehead.
Multi-masking is extremely important because each section of the face comes with different skin concerns. While many people usually apply one mask onto their entire face, I find it much more effective to apply different masks to ensure that I am targeting all of my concerns (plus, it’s way more fun to apply when there are multiple colors on your face!).
I let this mask combination sit for about 15 minutes and then look into the mirror to see all of the magic each mask has done.
Have you multi-masked before? Do you think it works better or worse than when using just one mask? Let me know in the comments!