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Women Are Now "Multimasking" For The Best Skin Of Their Lives

Because one mask doesn't fit all, amirite?

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Face masks are a beauty staple for getting ~flawless~ skin, whether you use mud, charcoal, clay, or any of the countless formulas.

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But the latest trend, called "multimasking," combines several different masks at once to target specific areas on the face.

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You can really get creative with your masks and throw in some under-eye papers for days when no amount of caffeine can wake you up.

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Or a nose strip for when those pores ain't loyal.

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The best part is you can really have some fun with it.

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Note: Those mustache patches are called the Mr. Smile Patch, which claim to help reduce smile lines.

This person got next-level creative.

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Check out that detail.

Dr. Debra Jaliman, a New York-based dermatologist, told BuzzFeed Life it's best to multimask at night to give your skin a chance to rest after applying.

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This way, you aren't putting makeup on afterward or facing the elements outdoors.

Jaliman also suggests limiting your multimasking to once a week.

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Certain masks (especially clay masks that draw impurities out of the skin) can be drying, so less is more when it comes to application.

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