Tips and Tricks

Tip Tuesday #11

Here’s another tip for Tip Tuesday.

This week I am going to be talking about…Multi Masking!

Tip Tuesday Make up tips and tricks every Tuesday |

I don’t know about you, but all the parts of my face are not created equally!  It is kind of annoying!  While my forehead and cheeks are very normal my nose is dry and my chin always seems to be the place to break out.

This is where multi masking comes into play!  Using a few different types of face masks as the same time you can get what each area of your face needs.  By applying a clarifying mask to my chin and a moisturizing mask to my nose and a soothing mud mask to my cheeks and forehead area, I am giving each each part of my face what it needs all at the same time.

Tip Tuesday FORMULA 10.0.6 multi masking |

There are so many great masks available!  I really like the Formula 10.0.6 mud masks. I’ve seen them at both Ulta and at They’re great and only around $6-7.  Added bonus they smell great and the packaging is super cute too!  I also recommend  the Queen Helene line of masks two of my favorites are the  Grape Seed Extract Peel Off Masque and especially the Mint Julep mask.  These are both less than $4.

Tip Tuesday Queen Helene multi masking |

Hope you enjoy this weeks tip!

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2 thoughts on “Tip Tuesday #11

  1. I like multi-masking! I usually don’t put both masks on at the same time but I do treat my t-zone differently than my cheeks. Say for instance I’ll do a clay based mask just for my t-zone one day, and the next day I will do a hydrating mask on my cheeks. I guess doing them at the same time will save time!


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