What is your makeup removal routine? What do you remove first? What products do you use? If it's heavier eye makeup, I typically use a cleansing oil (which one simply depends on what I have on hand or what I'm testing, but my default is shu uemura's). If it's a lot of long-wearing eye...

They work quite well :-) Buff it out: After removing the excess oil from your skin, use a clean sponge to gently smooth your makeup using a buffing motion. This smooths out the harsh lines, creases, and other imperfections caused by sweat and oil. Reapply: Reapply pressed powder as needed...

The best way to use is to press your cotton pad over the opening and tip onto it but it's still a tad too much, some sort of strainer or spout would have proved better. Overall, Benefit B.Right Remove It Makeup Remover proved itself well. I liked the gentle formula and thought it did a...

It's super duper important to clean your makeup brushes regularly, but it's just one of those tasks that can just as be easily forgotten about. It's crucial to do in order to prevent the spread of bacteria and breakouts by cleaning your brushes, which also helps to condition the hairs on...

MAC Stylish Yours Makeup Collection bring it. Check out these sizzling shades of color coming atcha this Winter! Women know how to play variations on a theme to give a signature look major oomph, more modern momentum. The simplest switch-up is all that's required. A pink lip, a lavender...

Spring cleaning may have passed, but it's never too late in the season to give your makeup brushes a good scrub. We're going to show you a simple and inexpensive way that you can wash and disinfect all of your favorite makeup brush tools, and in fact you should be doing it regularly. This...

Your skin is precious, so why bother putting something on it that is unflattering or unhygenic? With whatever is left over, make sure everything is clean (wash your makeup bag and counter surfaces, wipe lipsticks with alcohol wipes, remove buildup from product bottles, etc.) and organised so...

a good portion of my life to it through this blog), I would never leave my makeup on purposely. Even when I was high from love during a romantic Valentine's Day date. I would wake up at the middle of the night and remember that I didn't "wash-wash", that I will immediately go to bathroom to...

Remove anything that you haven't used in months - you most likely won't wear it again. Clean your makeup brushes and place them upright in a glass. Be a minimalist. The more you organize your makeup bag, the faster you'll complete your routine. Choose absolute favorite products and colors...

You can apply one to your cheeks and your lips! Use what you already have before buying new products. It's easy to get into a makeup rut, find yourself at Walgreens and pick up every shade of Essie nail polish. Instead, take a look in your makeup drawer to see what you already have. You...

 

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