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How to Zone Your Skincare Products Like a Pro

An editor’s tried and tested tips.
How to Zone Your Skincare Products Like a Pro An editor’s tried and tested tips.

Being religious about your beauty routine might guarantee you a seat at the #flawless girls’ table but there’s certainly more to skincare than slapping on and layering a bunch of products on your face. Vanities as such is a thing we at the Style Bible and Preview headquarters live for as we always aim for that woke-up-like-this look. (Because seriously, who doesn’t want that?)

Here, Preview’s Associate Beauty Editor Belle Rodolfo shares her secret to getting that fresh and hydrated complexion, which we’ve nicknamed “Zoning.” It’s basically using one product after the other but concentrating on certain parts of the face.

STEP 1:

“I use the pore cleansing masks first like OriginsClear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask then I use their Out Of Trouble Mask on my T-zone.”

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask, P1300, Rustan’s Department Store


Origins Out of Trouble 10 Minute Mask, P1300, Rustan’s Department Store

STEP 2:

“When I want to hydrate, I turn to Korean collagen sheet masks or I use Mario Badescu’s Super Collagen Mask”

Mario Badescu Super Collagen Mask, P1340, Sephora

“But if I want to look “not puyat,” Chanel’s Le Blanc Cheek Mask super duper works!


Chanel Le Blanc Cheek Mask, P3200, Rustan’s Department Store

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