A Guide to Multi-Masking with K-Beauty

Have you heard about multi-masking yet?! These days, using one mask on your whole face doesn’t really cut it anymore. Different parts of your face have different concerns that need addressing. In this blog, we’re listing our favorite ways to multi-mask with our K-beauty products! Read on to see how you can effectively mix different masks together for MAXIMUM results!

Sheet + Eye Mask

Sheet masks are great, believe me, I use them at least 3 times a week, but they can be frustrating! The so called “face fitting” shape rarely ever fits right, and I have to cute and form them myself in order to get good results. Spaces around my nose and especially under my eyes are left empty! Well…..I have a solution! I started putting on eye masks under my sheet masks and it changed my life forever. Not only is my skin more hydrated, but it makes my mask experience way more soothing. My favorite sheet mask is the Cosrx Holy Moly Snail Sheet Mask!

Clay Mask + Gel Mask

If you’re anything like me, you have congestion within your T-zone and dry patches on your cheeks. Well, good news…your perfect for this multi-mask trick. Apply a mask that controls excess sebum and works well for acne all within your T-zone, and then a more moisturizing, nourishing mask on the rest of your face.

Exfoliating + Sheet Mask

The term “multi-masking” doesn’t always mean using two masks at once, it can also mean using one right after the other. This method can be used to alleviate any irritating side effects of certain masks. As an example, using a peel-off mask or exfoliating mask can, more often than not, leave your skin irritated and pink. In order to calm and rejuvenate your skin afterwards, using a second mask will work perfect. My favorite sheet mask to use after a more abrasive mask would be the Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin Sheet Mask.

Wrapping It Up

The first step in masking effectively is KNOWING YOUR SKIN. Next time you wash your face, just examine your skin. See the different areas of your skin and take note. Doing this more often will allow yourself to take more specific care of what your skin needs. Limiting yourself to just one mask at a time means you could be missing out on some major benefits. Divvying up between eye masks, exfoliating masks, sheet masks, etc…can ensure you’re giving your skin EXACTLY what it needs!

What are your favorite products to multi-mask with? Share them below!

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