How to Multimask with Glamglow

Today’s post is all about masking and how you can ‘multimask’ to target different problem areas. Glamglow is a brand that I’ve used and loved for many years, with the Gravitymud Mask being one of my all-time favourites. That’s the one in the purple packaging which looks like liquid silver that you peel off once it dries. It smells amazing too. My friend Lauren kindly gifted me this Multimask set from Glamglow for my birthday and it’s such a good little set because you get to try out a bunch of Glamglow’s products without having to commit to their full-size products (which tend to be on the pricier side of things!). Multimasking is something that I’ve done for many years with different masks that I’ve accumulated in my beauty drawer. It makes perfect sense! The skin on your face is far more sensitive and each area might have different needs. Personally, I have normal to combination skin, meaning that I’ll only ever get oily in my T-zone. That’s the area where pesky little blemishes and pimples will appear for me, especially when my hormones might be imbalanced (ladies, I know you know).

I really recommend checking this gift set out as Christmas is just around the corner and now is the time to start thinking about what to buy for who. Glamglow provides a diagram of different ‘looks’ you can achieve with the different face masks. My two personal favourites are: ‘The Selfie Glow’ and ‘The Aftersex Glow’. I know. The name of the second one makes me cringe as well but it is what it is, haha! I didn’t choose the names. 😉

If I were to purchase only one of the masks from the set in the full size, I would definitely go for the Thirstymud Mask as it’s very hydrating and soothing on the skin. The Flashmud and Supermud masks are much harsher on the skin, so keep this in mind if you have very sensitive skin (like me!).

‘The Selfie Glow’

‘The Aftersex Glow’

Have you ever tried multimasking?


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