Getting your makeup off is a tricky process. You don’t want to pull or tug at the delicate skin around your eyes, nor do you want to dry it out by using a harsh cleanser or makeup remover. Here are a few pointers for you to help with your makeup removal every night.
- Never go to bed without removing your makeup! Not only will it stain your pillowcase, it will also cause your pores to clog, resulting in unsightly breakouts and other skin problems.
- Use a cotton ball to remove makeup on your eyelids, and a cotton bud to remove any traces of liner on your upper and lower lids.
- When washing your face with a cleanser after removing your makeup, make sure you rinse thoroughly to remove all the cleanser and makeup remover residue.
- Try not to use a makeup remover designed for the eyes and lips on the other parts of your face. Read the label before buying, and stick to its specific uses.
Source: Her World, July 2007