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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Are you using a makeup remover?

Have you ever used your facial cleanser after a long day, and still found makeup residue on your face after a gentle scrub? That's probably because you didn't use a makeup remover before washing your face. Makeup removers are designed to specifically remove your color cosmetics, this includes stubborn waterproof formulas and eye makeup. Let Good Beauty Diaries hep you navigate the makeup remover world.

Got Dry Skin? 

Try using a cleansing oil or balm. These products will remove your makeup and cleanse the skin at the same time. Cleansing oils don't strip the skin causing dry skin to become drier.

Oil Slick?: 

If you suffer from oily skin, try using a cleansing water, or micellar water to be specific. You want to remove the makeup with adding to greasy skin.

Combination Skin?: 

Go for a oil based makeup remover or cleansing out. The oils in the cleansing oil may actually help to balance out that annoying T-zone.

Tips and Tricks From Good Beauty Diaries 

  • Oil-based makeup removers also include water-based ingredients, so they separate. Be sure to shake before use.  
  • Makeup-removing wipes are great for travel, in your gym bag, or a night out. 
  • Use a cotton pad to swipe away makeup, but with balms and cleansing oils, your hands are your best bet.

Do you use a makeup remover before cleansing your face? If so, let us know your favorite in the comments section below.

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