If we've learned anything about beauty in the past few weeks, it's that a face mask is the true form of self-care. With a little more free time, I think it's safe to say that we all mask more than ever. Our direct messages from the editors of Who What Wear said that masks get ten times bigger. Where we used to find a face mask in a blue moon, when our skin looked very bad, we now asked ourselves if there is something that is too much masking.
And the answer is: kinda, sorta. You see, face masks should not be used flip-flops. It contains some of the most hard-working and powerful ingredients around, meaning they have the ability to make or break your complexion. If you ask me, it is all too often because of this blasé approach to masking that so many people complain about the mask statements.