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The Face Mask Duos

It wasn’t hard for me to think of pairing the two masks by Glossier together, since they’re marketed to be used together and all that. This is where my double-masking habit began, actually. I start with a healthy layer of the Mega Greens Galaxy Pack to help purify and cleanse the skin, and after washing that off, I slick on a layer of the Moisturizing Moon Mask. It really restores the skin’s moisture, although the first mask isn’t drying at all. The two make for the loveliest spa evening, as both masks feel quite soothing and relaxing on the skin.
When my skin is acting up I’ll always reach for the Aesop Parsley Seed Cleansing Masque. It packs a purifying punch, but doesn’t completely zap my skin of all moisture. It’s a clay mask, but it’s much thinner than other clay masks I’ve tried. It dries down, but it doesn’t leave your face feeling like it’s going to crack in half. Once I use that to get all the gunk out of my skin, I like to follow up with the Belif First Aid Anti-Hangover Soothing Mask. Because my skin also tends to get a bit delicate when it’s breaking out, using something ultra-soothing like this is a must. It works so well after the Aesop mask, and the pair really help my skin on its way back to normalcy.
My last favorite pairing is similar to the Aesop + Belif duo, as in a clay mask and a more soothing, moisturizing mask. But the only reason I thought to pair the two together was because they both had pretty packaging. I love a bit of the Origins Original Skin Retexturizing Mask for its ability to clean and exfoliate – again, it’s another clay-based mask that doesn’t dry out my easily-dehydrated skin. I then finish with a nice big dollop of the Fresh Rose Face Mask. This is the ultimate luxurious mask – it smells like a rose garden and has real rose petals in it. Because of its high volume of rosewater, it feels ultra soothing and calming on the skin. This duo is especially lovely in warmer weather, because the Rose Mask just feels amazing when you’re overheating.
Have you ever tried using more than one mask? What are your favorite masks to pair together?
A huge thank you to Mandy for having me on her blog! You can find my blog here, and I’m also on Bloglovin, Instagram, and Twitter.

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