How to Remove Your Makeup:  Tips from Cosmetics Gurus


How to Remove Your Makeup:  Tips from Cosmetics Gurus

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Everyone loves to do a fresh start. We all want to wake up with clean; glowing skin, then you must have to take off all your makeup. You are doing your skin the ultimate favour by taking off all your makeup at night. Sleeping with your makeup on can lead to acne, dry skin and even wrinkles.

Leaving eye makeup can cause your dark circles, including eye infections, eye irritation, and broken eyelashes. Removing your makeup every night is mandatory for your skin.
How to Remove Makeup

1. Break down Your Makeup with Cleanser

Use your regular cleanser to take off foundation and blush. Massage the cleanser on your skin and let it sit for 15 seconds; don’t forget the area around your eyes, ears, hairline and under your chin. Then wipe off your face with a white wet washcloth.

2. Always Be Gentle with Your Skin

While taking off your makeup you should be gentle and should never leave your skin dehydrated or irritated. Use cleansing oil instead of harsh removers. Oil won’t dry out your face. Oil will soften your skin and loosen your makeup, so you don’t have to go harsh on your skin.

3. Take Advantage of Steam Heat

You can also steam your face before washing. The steam will loosen up your pores and make the removing process effortless. You can even add a drop of lavender oil for extra soothing.


4. Give your Eyes Extra Attention

Mascara and eyeliner is the hardest thing to take off. But you don’t need to scrub- the skin around your eyes is sensitive. Use remover which is specifically made for eyes.

5. Use an Oil-Based Makeup Remover to Remove Long-Wearing Lipstick
You can use a cotton pad soaked in liquid or cream makeup remover for removing your lipstick. You need an oily formula if the lipstick is long lasting or pigmented.