September 8, 2017 @ 8:49 PM

Dry temples. Oily t-zones. Flaky noses. Red cheeks. If you pay close attention, the exact condition of your skin varies inch by inch. So why do we slap one mask over the whole thing and expect the benefits to be all-encompassing?

Multimasking involves using different types of masks on different areas of the face. Oilier areas can get charcoal and clay. Dry areas can get more moisturizing formulas, and an oatmeal mask can soothe red patches. Use sheet masks? Unless you’re trying to keep it on your chin, these can easily be snipped away at to cover only half of your face. There should be enough liquid essence to keep it in place.