Multimasking Is The Latest Trend People Are Using To Get Glowing Skin (Photos)

Everyone wants to preserve a youthful appearance.

In fact, I'm pretty sure most people would cover their faces with just about anything if it was guaranteed to give them Beyoncé-level flawless skin.

Any beauty guru will tell you a face mask is the ultimate secret weapon when it comes to achieving a gorgeous, glowing complexion.

But picking the perfect mask for your particular skin woes can be a daunting task. So, instead of painstakingly choosing one mask, why not just use them all?

Recently, a growing number of people are posting #multimasking selfies of what almost looks like really bad attempts at face painting.

But don't worry, they aren't trying to become human pandas or run off and join a gang of Juggalos. They're simply getting in on the latest multimasking beauty trend.

If you haven't heard of it before, this new trend basically involves using a few different strategically placed face masks at the same time to target all those problematic skin areas.

Aside from being downright genius, it also looks pretty hilarious. But hey, a few laughs is a small price to pay for dazzling skin.

Take a look at the pictures below to see the awesome new beauty trend.

Everyone knows a face mask is the key to achieving smooth, glowing skin.

Between mud, sulfur, clay, charcoal and natural masks, there are a lot of different products out there...

...and each of them solves different skin struggles.

So, how do you know which mask to use if you've been cursed with combination skin?

Well, the answer is quite simple: multimasking.

You may have seen a growing number of #multimasking selfies where people wear different colored muck all over their faces.

Multimasking targets all of your specific problem areas at once by simply using several strategically placed face masks simultaneously.

So, how exactly do you go about multimasking?

Here's a handy breakdown of the different areas you should be focusing on.

You can start by applying a charcoal mask to areas of your face that are normally prone to oily skin and blemishes, such as the T-zone.

Then, use a moisturizing mask to combat pesky areas where you get dry patches.

You can also show the area under your eyes a little TLC by applying some retinol cream to fight wrinkles...

...0r throw on some under eye papers to nix dark circles and perk up your peepers.

And it never hurts to throw a pore strip in the mix every now and then.

The possibilities are pretty much endless, so you can really use your imagination and get creative with your multimasking techniques.

Really, I'm serious.

Citations: Bizarre beauty craze sees women using different products to target specific skin problems and posting their selfies on Instagram (Daily Mail)