As some of you may know, I love a good face mask, especially one I can DIY. With this tip, I took my addiction a step further. Maybe you will too!
Today’s tip is… Multi-Masking.
Multi-masking allows you to target the different problems on different parts of your face. For example, if your t-zone is really oily and acne prone but your cheeks are really dry, you don’t want to be using the same face mask on your entire face. Instead, try multi-masking, which is basically using multiple masks at the same time on different parts of your face. This way, with one mask, you can target the oily t-zone, and with another, you can target the dry cheeks.
Will you be trying out multi-masking? What is your favourite face mask? Let me know in the comments below!
P.S. What to try a new DIY face mask? This one is has orange juice, Greek yogurt and orange juice to brighten your skin and fight acne without drying out your skin!