It's important to remove eye makeup at night before you go to bed. Gently with a clean cotton ball or tissue use a eye makeup remover never pulling or tugging under or around the eye. Then finish with a cool splash of water pat dry and your done!
The best eye make up remover is an oil - any oil, even olive oil. It also moisturizes the surrounding area and minimizes any wrinkles that inevitably come
I always use the jelly stuff to take off my eye makeup but it is very rare for me to wear any eye makeup in the first place.
ha! vaseline... but you can get generic for cheaper. Im 33 and still get carded for ciggarettes...
Yep the cheaper version but since I hardly use the stuff that is why i get the cheaper version...I'm not a mascara/eyeshadow girl unless it's like Halloween or special occassions...
Shoot I need to get more too since Thanksgiving and Xmas is coming up lol
hmmmmm, interesting. makeup is bad for you!!!!
cuz you have to remove it and its chemicaly based itself
I gots to go girls. Take care of yoyrselves, no one else can do it for you. Know your beautifull, without makeup. If you like makeup, go right ahead....just wash it off before bed!!! luvs ya
aaaa okay cya Justine thanks for the help on my story! ttyl chica
I used to be be very naughty and not remove my make-up before bed, but I'm better these days - I mostly use cleansing wipes.
I had to laugh on Halloween, my partner and I both dressed up and I had quite heavy make-up, but he's got a shaved head and did a full psychotic clown face including white head, manic red 'grin' from ear to ear, black on the eyes, etc.
After a great night out and feeling rather 'merry', we staggered home, had cheese on toast, then I couldn't keep my eyes open, so went to bed - but did remove my make-up first. My partner promised he would do the same before going to bed too...
Guess what?! In the morning he looked even scarier than he had at the party! He hadn't even attempted to remove his make-up and he couldn't remember anything from the night before!
Use any thing that are adviced by good beauticians, but keep in mind that cleanliness and hygiene are very important when you use eye cosmetics. If you don't give much importance to cleanliness, it could lead to some infections of the eyes.
I use olive use to remove eye-makeup. I thing this is the best for removing eye makeup.
when i remove my make up i use philosophy, great face wash that removes make up! If I am feeling lazy I use the Clean & Clear Make up remover. Doesn't leave my skin irritated.
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