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Review of Maybelline Expert Eyes Moisturizing Mascara Remover For Waterproof Eye Makeup

Reader Review of the Day: Maybelline Expert Eyes Moisturizing Mascara Remover

I've never tried Maybelline Expert Eyes Moisturizing Mascara Remover for Waterproof Eye Makeup ($5), but I had heard good things about it from a few other people. No product works well for everyone, though, as reader polkadots567's experience with this makeup remover shows. She says:

"I hate this product! I'll admit, I'm sort of a stranger to the whole makeup remover world; this is the first one I've tried and I'm sorely disappointed. I like Maybelline's products, but this one did absolutely nothing to remove eyeliner that wasn't even waterproof in the first place! I had to go back to my standby warm water that I had hoped to give up by now."

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kayleigh83 kayleigh83 6 years
i'm extremely surprised this got a bad review! i'm even wondering if they accidentally reviewed the NON-waterproof version! I use this stuff and it works quite well on my many coats of waterproof mascara!
Akasha Akasha 6 years
I love Cetafil for removing makeup of any kind. It also doesn't leave your skin feeling greasy
Miss-Bree Miss-Bree 6 years
I completely agree. I sacrificed my much-loved Clinique for this trying to save money and I threw this stuff away. It was awful. Great solution: Covergirl makes a $4.00 eye makeup cream remover that works wonders. It's no Clinique, but it's definatly NO Maybelline.
Miss-Bree Miss-Bree 6 years
I completely agree. I sacrificed my much-loved Clinique for this trying to save money and I threw this stuff away. It was awful. Great solution:Covergirl makes a $4.00 eye makeup cream remover that works wonders. It's no Clinique, but it's definatly NO Maybelline.
lifelovebeauty lifelovebeauty 6 years
Last time I tried it, this product was really oily and I didn't like that feeling around my eyes. Even after washing my face after using it, I still felt like my eyes had a lining of oily residue around them. Maybe it has changed in the past few years...
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
I used to use that make up remover and it worked great for me. It even would get off our costume make up. The only reason I stopped using it was because I liked the pad removers better.
BallonDoggy BallonDoggy 6 years
The package does say Mascara remover, so maybe its not supposed to get off eyeliner? Don't know, don't use makeup remover either.
mcjx3 mcjx3 6 years
This is actually the makeup remover I use and it gets off my waterproof mascara pretty well. I've been using it for a couple years now.
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