We’re skin care fanatics. When a new serum comes out, you better believe we’ve ‘carted’ it. Or a new mask? You’ll find us slathering it on in the name of research. You see, if there’s one thing we take very seriously—other than contouring, of course—it’s a glowing complexion.
Our latest obsession is multi-masking—the application of various mask formulas to different parts of your face to cater to the unique needs of your skin in that area. Because when you have combination skin, using an oil-control mask all over doesn’texactly do your skin justice.
That’s why we’re diving head-first into the world of multi-masking, and the new L’Oréal ParisPure Clay Masks make this trend easier than ever.
Pure Clay Purify & Mattify Treatment Mask
Is your selfie game not on point because of a shiny complexion? Spend just 10 minutes with the Purify & Mattify Treatment Mask to remove impurities from skin’s surface. The mint-green mask targets excess oil, sweat and makeup, leaving you with gorgeously clean skin post-application.
Pro Tip: The best placement of this mask will be the T-zone, where oil tends to build up. Wipe it away after 15 minutes for a fresh-faced glow.
Pure Clay Detox & Brighten Treatment Mask
You can kiss your dull complexion goodbye with the Detox & Brighten Treatment Mask. Apply the creamy mask to patches of dry skin and wait while all the goodness of the formula goes to work on your skin. The pure clay and charcoal act like a magnet to remove dirt and pollutants from skin’s surface.
Pro Tip: Apply this formula to the areas of your face where you notice dry skin—likely, the jawline, chin and sides of your face.
Pure Clay Exfoliate & Refining Treatment Mask
Now that you’ve addressed clogged pores and dry patches, it’s time to tackle your skin’s texture with the Exfoliate & Refining Treatment Mask. The formula is enhanced with red algae to exfoliate dead skin cells and diminish the appearance of an uneven skin tone. Wash off after 15 minutes to reveal a smoother and more even-looking complexion.
Pro Tip: Apply this formula to the hairline and forehead for smoother-looking skin.
These are just some of our suggestions based on the most common skin concerns. But keep in mind, multi-masking is highly personal, so a little trial and error may be necessary to find out which formulas work best for you!
Do you have any multi-masking tips and tricks? Let us know in the comments below!