I love learning about new skin care and makeup trends. My Pinterest is full of ways to clean, pamper, and take care of your face. One of the hottest new trends on the scene is Multimasking. Simply put, treating the different areas of your face with different masks.
Multimasking makes sense, our faces are rarely the same all over. They have a topography as diverse as Canada itself. Your complexion will benefit from a customized product combination!
This is Multimasking:
- Determine which areas of your face are oilier (usually T-Zone, nose, chin, forehead) and which areas are drier (generally cheeks, top of forehead and under eyes)
- Treat oily areas with a clay-based mask. For extra bang for your buck, look for one with activated charcoal that absorbs twice its weight in impurities like Mary Kay’s new Deep Cleansing Charcoal Mask. Do NOT use one of those scary peel off masks. I’ve talked before how they are terrible for your face.
- Treat dry areas with a moisturizing mask like Mary Kay’s Moisture Renewing Gel Mask or Botanical Effects Mask in Formula 1.
- Allow your masks to dry for 10-20 minutes. You will notice the masks in the oily areas start to show oil spots, almost like grease stains on a pizza box. This is the mask drawing the gunk out of your pores!
- Gently rinse off the masks using a clean, wet cloth.
- Finish with your night time serums and moisturizer.
Pro Multimasking tips:
- Apply your mask with a flat, synthetic brush for more even coverage, and less product used.
- Use a dark washcloth to remove clay based masks to avoid staining (it is mud y’all)
- You might feel a slight tingling sensation from a face mask, but it should never burn. If you are in pain, please wash off immediately
My Celebrity Beauty Club gets VIP access to the newest products and techniques because rock stars always get the best swag lol! I’m booking multimasking classes in Calgary and surrounding areas! Click here to view my availability 😃