Name one other skin care item that pairs as well with a glass of wine, bubble bath, or the latest episode of Riverdale. (You can’t. They rule. ) That said, you can’t swatch a face mask in Ulta—and the options on shelves have reached an overwhelming amount—so it's hard to know what's actually worth your money.
To make things easier on your face and your wallet, we’ve rounded up the masks that Glamour editors and a handful of beauty experts swear by, based on our biggest skin concerns.
Instead, this gorgeous purple mask leaves behind even texture and that lit-from-within glow that's hard to get on drier skin types.
I have pretty sensitive skin, so I shy away from peel-off masks, which, more often than not, leave my face looking blotchy and irritated.
With other clay masks, my skin will go back to being an oil slick after a few hours, but I'm noticeably shine-free for the rest of the evening—and the morning after—when I use this one.
Read up on the best face masks for oily, dry, redness, acne-prone, and combination skin, then go forth and reap their rewards.
As soon as I put this mask on, my skin started tingling, and I was so tempted to run into the bathroom and wash it off, but I stayed strong. I’m glad I did.
They also pair well with a bubble bath and glass of wine... https://t.co/lbScr0fh5t— Glamour (@glamourmag) November 8, 2019