beauty mark: face masks

soothe the skin you’re in.

by liza darwin

Are you feeling: A.) Bored B.) Exhausted C.) Over this week already D.) All of the above?

Chances are, you're currently suffering from the Tuesday afternoon blues. And while the symptoms might affect all of us on a regular basis, luckily, we've got just the solution. Nobody wants to do that much on a Tuesday evening anyway, so we suggest staying in with your girlfriends tonight and making your own DIY spa adventure. 

First step? Face masks, duh! Whether you're looking to splurge on a luxe SKII mask or in search of a peel-off version that'll leave your complexion totally glowing, it doesn't matter. We've rounded up the best of the best below, so you can choose which one fits your post-work plans. Now the only thing left to do is figure out which of your best friends will be bringing the wine...

When you can't spend more than a cup of coffee: Nugg, $2.99 per mask 

When you're feeling fancy: SKII, $95 per mask

When you need to wake up-- STAT: Origins Ginzing Face Mask, $25

When you need to get rid of redness: Dr. Andrew Weil For Origins™ Mega-Mushroom Skin Relief Face Mask, $25 

When it's time to chill out: Boscia Cool Blue Calming Masque, $34

When you want (need?) to detox after an intense weekend: TARTE Amazonian Clay Double Detox™ Exfoliating Facial Mask, $38

When you're breaking out: Clinique Acne Solutions Oil-Control Cleansing Mask, $22

When you want to clear up problem areas, redness, or acne: Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment, $69

When you want to stay smooth: Fresh Black Tea Instant Perfecting Mask, $88

When you want to sleep it off: Korres Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Sleeping Facial, $45