Sunday, 12 June 2016

Multi Masking

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This was new to me until only a few months ago, I really don't know why I never tried it out beforehand. It's not like it's a new revelation, it felt more like common sense once I knew about it. Believe me I'm no skin care guru, my hair and skin are two I neglect compared to my makeup obsession. Though I have upped my haircare routine lately (post here), it's still nothing like it should be! But upping my skincare is where this comes in!

So what is multi-masking? Might help if I actually tell you what I'm blabbering about before I blabber a little bit more. Multi masking is using different face masks on different areas of your face where they are needed. So if you're having a breakout on your chin, you apply your spot reducing mask there. If you need to beat the wrinkles under your eyes, you apply a youth mask there and if you have patches of dry skin, you apply a good moisturising mask there.

Seems quite self explanatory doesn't it? Well I didn't know anything about it and used to lather my face in one mask and probably make the drier areas drier. Not really very handy!

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So my go to masks are a little different, I do have a few other masks stashed away. But these four are my holy grail masks that I can't get enough of and have repurchased (a few times even).

Lush Cosmetics Mask of Magnanimity £9.95
This one has been an absolute life saver for my spot prone skin, I don't know how I would cope without it. I always get break outs on my jawline/chin area so this helps to either stop them before they appear or reduce them when they're already there. I recently bought the self-preserving one but I don't think it's as good as the fresh one but it does the same thing and lasts so much longer!

Glamglow Thirstymud £35.00

I actually got this in a set with Supermud and Youthmud, Supermud is long gone but this and Youthmud are lasting me a life time. This is a godsend if you have dry skin, it literally makes my dry skin disappear when I use it. I always use this on my forehead and neck area when multi-masking. But I also quite often use it as an overnight mask if my skin needs some extra tlc (like if its been sunny). It soaks perfectly into my skin, but it too heavy as a moisturiser everyday.

Nip Fab Dragons Blood Plumping Mask £9.95

I incorporate this into my routine when I've had a tired and stressful week. It is amazing for rejuvenating your tired and dull skin. It also has a unusual minty scent which makes your skin feel amazingly fresh afterwards.

Glamglow Youthmud £39.00

Youthmud isn't something you use all the time as it's only a tiny pot, but it is perfect for when your skin is feeling a little tired. Especially if you have been in the sun a lot. Youthmud has a slight exfoliating texture and really plumps your skin after washing it off. My Mam has also started to steal this, though I could cry if I need to repurchase it as it's not exactly the cheapest.

These are my all time favourites, though I will repurchase the majority. I think when the time comes to finishing my Youthmud I may try and find a Lush dupe to repurchase, I don't think I can warrant spending another £39. But it does the job for now!

What are your favourite masks? Have you heard of multimasking before?

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