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Stop! You're Removing Your Eye Makeup All Wrong

If you wake up in the morning and still have rims under your eyes (after scrubbing your face the night before) or find that your eyelashes fall out every time you take off stubborn mascara, then you're probably removing your eye makeup wrong. Since the skin around that area is so delicate and prone to wrinkles, it's important to master an artful take-off routine now. Quick tip: don't spend your money on eye makeup remover! See alternatives to removing even the most stubborn waterproof mascara, and learn the right techniques to remove makeup without creating fine lines.

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Sharon-Siqueiros Sharon-Siqueiros 1 year

try coconut oil

LoriTG LoriTG 2 years
I se baby oil. It works just fine and it's cheap!!
Erica15244534 Erica15244534 2 years
You stand there holding a cotton ball to your face for 3-5 MINUTES? Per eye? No way, Jose. I find oil to be the best remover too, but I just dab it on with my fingers, brush my teeth, and then come back and wipe away the broken down makeup. There's no possible way I'm going to spend 10 minutes to remove eye makeup.
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