- 1 How to Select Correct Eye MakeUp Remover?
- 1.1 Be Gentle
- 1.2 Apply Correctly
- 1.3 Do Not Use Face Cleaners Around Your Eyes
- 1.4 First Your Eyes, Then Your Face!
- 1.5 No Savings in MakeUp Removing
- 1.6 Which Cotton Should I Use to Remove Eye Makeup?
- 1.7 Remember to Moisturise
- 1.8 How to Remove Waterproof Mascara?
- 1.9 How About Fake Lashes?
- 1.10 Don’t Forget Your Eye Brows
- 2 DIY Eye MakeUp Remover
- 3 Vaseline
- 4 Remember
You need to clean your eye makeup and other makeup products on your skin before you go to bed. If you don’t clean your makeup, your pours can get clogged and you may deal with acne.
Skin around our eyes is extremely thin and sensitive. Using incorrect products or removing eye makeup incorrectly may cause swelling, dark circles, bags, oily look, and wrinkles on the long run.
Well, how can you remove eye makeup? What are the common mistakes when you remove eye makeup?
There are tons of different products of cosmetic brands to remove eye makeup. But olive oil or almond oil will have amazing results.
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How to Select Correct Eye MakeUp Remover?
Since there are tons of different products even in the same bands, it won’t be hard to find the right remover for your makeup. But there are few things you need to consider:
Does your makeup remover clean your foundation, eye shadow, and mascara easily? Or your new waterproof mascara stays on your eyelashes? Is your eye area dry after using the product, or is it uncomfortably oily?
Correct makeup remover should clean your skin and makeup. And these products should put an end to mascara spots on your sheets. Also, these products should leave an oily feeling or dry your skin.
Recently popular double phase eye makeup cleaners can remove both oil and water based makeup. So, these products will be your new best friend when you wear waterproof mascara…Double phase cleaners may cause problem in certain skin types due to oily feeling.
But remember this: You can remove oil-based makeup with oil-based cleaner not with water-based cleaner. So, try to find lighter versions of these products. Also, remember that you can always make your own eye makeup remover.
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You need to be gentle when you clean your eye makeup as you tried hard to make your cat eye makeup.
Don’t rush. Pressing the cotton hard on your eyes will only cause redness, loss of eye lashes, flaking, dryness, and wrinkles. You don’t need to be harsh to remove your makeup.
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While removing your makeup, do you move the cotton from left to right constantly and harshly? Then you are making a mistake…
This motion will harm your eye lid, cause redness, and make your eye lashes fall. Instead, start from your inner eye, and remove your makeup slowly from base of your eye lashes.
After this first move, turn back inside, and move to outside with soft up and down motions. If you apply this two phase method correctly, you will remove makeup from your eye lashes.
Do Not Use Face Cleaners Around Your Eyes
Admit it, you are using your face cleaner to remove your makeup since you are feeling a bit lazy? Experts says that this is the number one mistake when cleaning eye makeup.
Actually, eye area is the thinnest and most sensitive area on our face. Such that our eye area needs a special care during our skin care. Traditional face makeup cleaners dry this area no matter how much moisture they have, cause wrinkles, or make existing wrinkles more visible. Make sure that you remove your eye makeup with eye makeup remover!
First Your Eyes, Then Your Face!
Eye makeup removers with oil content may leave oily remnants and can cause wens. You may feel uncomfortable with this oily feeling.
If you don’t wash your face after cleaning your eye makeup, you will be left with this oily feelings. And you will experience black spot or acne problem…After using makeup remover, always remember to wash your face!
No Savings in MakeUp Removing
If you are saving on makeup remover peds or cottons while uncontrollably spending on eye makeup products, you should think that again. Keeping a cleaning pad for tomorrow as if “it is not dirty enough” will cause bacteria.
Never use the same cotton when you are removing your eye makeup. Try to use the clean side when cleaning your other eye.
Which Cotton Should I Use to Remove Eye Makeup?
To completely remove your eye makeup, you should choose round cotton disks specially manufactured for makeup removal.
Although traditional cotton removes your makeup, fibre can stick to your eye and cause irritation or redness.
Remember to Moisturise
Even though your skin isn’t dry, you need to moisturise your eyes after removing eye makeup. Always remember that this area is the most sensitive area and has extremely thin skin.
How to Remove Waterproof Mascara?
As the name suggest, waterproof…So, you need oil-based remover to remove these types of mascara, not a water-based remover. Double phase product will remove these mascaras. If your makeup remover is not double phased, you can also remove your mascara with coconut oil, baby oil, apricot kernel oil, or olive oil. These oils will dissolve waterproof mascara.
How About Fake Lashes?
Of course, fake lashes will change eye makeup removal routine. If you want your fake lashes to last longer, and avoid dissolving the paste, you need to avoid oil-based removers. Water-based and light removers are recommended to prevent any damage on fake lashes.
But, instead of removing your eye makeup with cotton buds instead of cotton disks, you can use your lashes longer.
Don’t Forget Your Eye Brows
While removing your eye makeup, make sure to clean your eye brows as well. Many eyeliners are paraben-based. So, if your cotton pads touch your eye brows, this ingredient will be on your brows.
DIY Eye MakeUp Remover
If you want to avoid cosmetic products with chemical content, you can easily make your own DIY eye makeup remover. Here are some recommendations:
One of the most popular ways to clean your eye makeup without harming your skin is oils. Drop few drops of these oils on a cotton pad and apply around your eyes. Some of the oils that are more effective than some expensive products and also moisturises your eye area are as follows:
- Almond oil
- Olive oil
- Coconut oil
- Jojoba oil
- Baby oil
- Aloe Vera gel
Vaseline can be found in every home and surprisingly it is super effective to clean eye makeup. Rub your eye lids and eye lashes with Vaseline. Then clean with moist cotton. You will be surprised how easy you removed your mascara…
- If you want to minimise wrinkles, always remove your makeup before you go to bed.
- Try to use the best eye cream within your budget.
- Clean makeup remnants under your eyes with cotton buds.
- Unless necessary, avoid waterproof mascara. These mascaras can even resist to swimming but it is almost impossible to remove these mascaras without harming your eye area…
- Continue to find the right remover for you.
- Use natural cotton.