Although Vargas doesn’t recommend layering one mask on the top of the other, she is a fan of mixing them. “For
someone who wants to be hydrated but has sensitive skin, you can add a
little bit of an arnica-based mask into your clay mask,” she notes.
“I would mix it in a bowl and then spread it onto my skin with a brush.
Just be mindful of your skin type.” Dubroff doesn’t layer or
mix masks, but instead uses a concealer brush for precision in order to paint
specific formulations on different areas of the face. “It’s more about
approaching a mask in target zones as opposed to layering them,” she
says. “I use a mask for congested skin most likely on the nose, maybe on
the forehead, wherever it’s needed. I love the Sisley Eye Contour Mask
, and if the rest of the face needs some sort of a hydration boost, I use a plumping, hydrating radiance mask.”