{Korean Trend Alert} Multi-Masking

Hello Lovelies!~

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love masks. Thankfully, Koreans have a mask for everything. Face, neck, hands, chin… You name it, there’s a mask for it. 🙂

With the mask craze, you probably know that we should treat our skin to a mask once or twice a week. But did you know there’s a growing trend called multi-masking!

Multi-masking allows you to address the different needs of your skin at the same time by using multiple masks at the same time. By multi-masking, you’re multi-tasking! (Cheesy I know, but I couldn’t help it)

In the photos below, you can see that I’ve used 2 different types of clay masks to address my t-zone and dry areas.

Lastest Korean Trend- Multi Masking- Explained by Pretty Gossip

Here comes the fun part… Take inventory of all your masks and see how you can make a perfect mask cocktail for your skin. I recently picked up Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Trans-Foam Clay Trio pack and have been using it to multi-mask. The pack comes with 3 masks. One for calming sensitive skin, moisturizing and refreshing. You can purchase them separately too, but I chose the pack because I can use all 3 masks.

Lastest Korean Trend- Multi Masking- Dr. Jart Packaging

A trio of triple functioning wash-off clay masks that transform into a foaming cleanser upon application of water, each providing different skincare benefits while removing excess oil, cleaning pores, and exfoliating skin. These innovative, multiaction Trans-Foam Clay cleansers are applied like a clay mask but transform into a gentle foaming cleanser, removing makeup, absorbing oil, and detoxifying your skin. When splashed with water, the mineral-rich French clay lathers to a foam that brightens, tones, and removes dead skin cells for a fresh and healthy-looking complexion. Fine natural clay particles charged with hydrogen mineral water and other natural ingredients deeply cleanse pores and gently exfoliate. The clay comes in three colors: Calming White featuring calming chamomile to provide a mild and purifying effect; Moisturizing Pink featuring hydrating lotus flower extract to deliver a hydrating and purifying effect; and Refreshing Green featuring tea tree, eucalyptus, and lemongrass extract to control excess sebum and refresh.   Available at Sephora for $35 (value of $45). Each available for $15.

Below are swatches of the 3 clay masks. I like to use a mix of the pink and green mask to address my dry and t-zone areas.

Lastest Korean Trend- Multi Masking- Dr. Jart

In the photo below, I’ve marked my face into 2 sections: Green and Pink. I generally have dry skin, so the pink moisturizing mask is great for the majority of my skin. In the areas that get a little shiny/oily, I chose to use the green mask for oil control. Of course you can customize your mask areas to match the needs of your skin.

Korean Trend Alert- Multi Masking

How to use Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Trans-foam Clay Masks:

  1. Spread liberal amount on skin and let dry (three to five minutes).
  2. Apply warm water and rub in circular motion to transform the dried clay mask into a foam lather cleanser.
  3. Rinse off thoroughly with warm water and remove all residue.

Notice below how the dried clay mask starts to foam as I rinse it off. Pretty cool.

Lastest Korean Trend- Multi Masking- Transfoaming

Overall thoughts: I typically shy away from drying clay masks because they can dry out my skin and can be difficult to wash off. With Dr. Jart’s Dermaclear Clay Masks, I didn’t have these issues. Not sure if it’s because the clay mask foams up, or if it’s because you only leave it on for a maximum of 5 minutes. Maybe its a little of both.

I hope you’ll give the multi-masking trend a try. It’s a lot of fun and very efficient! Like I said, by multi-masking… you’re multi-tasking. Who doesn’t like to multi-task?! 🙂

Please let me know what mask you’re enjoying!
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4 Comments

  1. Alexa
    January 30, 2016 / 8:03 pm

    awesome blog!! just found it when searching for korean face mask reviews…i have the dr. jart book of masks, and I’m excited to try them out!

    • May 27, 2016 / 2:48 am

      Thanks for visiting and for the kind comment! I hope my reviews are helpful. Please share some of your favorite masks with me so that I can keep an eye out for them! xoxo

  2. November 12, 2015 / 10:21 pm

    How did I just find out about you? Fellow Korean looking up reviews on masks and voila! Thanks for the post. very helpful 🙂

    • November 12, 2015 / 10:44 pm

      Thank you for visiting and your comment! Hope you’ll visit again! Xoxo