How To Cocktail Facial Masks – Quentin & Co

How To Cocktail Facial Masks


When it comes to traditional face masks, it’s impossible to find one product that can please all aspects of complicated combination skin. While t-zones may be in need of a deep cleanse and exfoliation, sensitive cheeks need nourishment and extra moisture. So, when I heard of cocktailing beauty masks, I knew I had to try it! A cocktail of facial masks is essentially mastering the art of beauty multitasking: you pick several different masks according to the various skin issues you’re having, and wear them simultaneously in their respective areas. It’s a custom face mask, tailored to give your skin exactly what it needs! Scroll down to see which masks I used, and also how crazy I looked wearing them all.



GLAMGLOW YouthMud Tinglexfoliate Treatment, Sephora to remove impurities, tighten pores, and brighten dull skin

Original body scrub, frank body which contains coffee grinds to scrub away blackheads and almond oil to soothe skin afterwards. (I’ve also been using this on my entire body – it leaves your skin insanely smooth!)


Homemade Mask:

  • 2 tablespoons organic plain greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • Optional: Squeeze of lemon

Greek yogurt contains lactic acid, which gently exfoliates and cleanses pores, while milk fat along with the honey provide major moisture. Add a squeeze of lemon if your skin isn’t sensitive and you’re looking for extra exfoliation!


From there, wear the masks as long as directed; for me, this was a quick ten minutes. Although it’s a little extra prep, combining beauty masks into one treatment was so worth it. My skin felt fresh, smooth, and glowing afterwards – and somehow I managed to avoid terrifying the baby in the process!


How do you make the most out of your beauty time? Share your tips below!


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