3 Curling Iron Mistakes You Might Be Making
My skin goes through stages of being totally fine, and then suddenly being struck down with a few blemishes. It’s generally normal to dry, but I do find that if I try too many things too fast, that will usually upset it.
And that makes it hard to be a beauty blogger–there are so many things I want to try!
I have found a nice little system of multi-masking, though, that really helps keep my skin in check. Do you know what multi-masking is? It’s basically using different masks on various parts of your face based on need. It actually makes a LOT more sense to me that being stuck with only one mask. If your forehead is super dry, but your chin is oily, shouldn’t you use different products on those parts? Yes, yes you should. So, multi-mask!
On my forehead and chin, I apply Origins Clear Improvements mask. This is a great mask for ridding your skin of impurities that cause blemishes.
And on my nose area, going outward, I apply Caudalie Purifiying Mask. This clears up my pores and is a bit more aggressive than the Origins mask. It’s fragrant, which is nice, but since it’s a hard working mask, I really keep it confined to any problem areas. And don’t go near your eyes with it!
I usually apply masks in the evening, but on this day Justin had taken the boys out for the morning so I threw these masks on while I did laundry. It felt great, actually, to do it in the morning and I felt like my skin just breathed easier all day!
If you have dry skin, I had great results with this mask from Clinique, and would highly recommend it!