How to Remove Mascara from Eyelashes
EASY TIPS ON HOW TO REMOVE MASCARA FROM YOUR EYELASHES
If you know how to apply make up, you should also know how to remove it from your face. Everyday, I wear a make up no matter where I go may it be in the office, mall or at the gym. I think that as we grow older we'll realize the importance of beauty because it fades as we age but there is always something that we can do about it. For instance, if you want to hide your blemishes and other skin discolorations, you can always use a foundation to cover them up and also concealers. Another is, if you have puff eyes and you want them to appear pop out then wearing mascara and eyeliner is a great idea. And if you have pale lips, you can always dab some colored lip gloss or apply a lipstick to make your lips kissable. Nevertheless, at the end of the day, I have to remove them one by one before I go to sleep or else the foundation will clog my pores and the chemicals will stay in my face overnight. Truth is, I have a problem and that is how to remove the mascara from my eyelashes. I guess it is the most difficult area I have to deal with everyday.
I am especially fond of waterproof mascara because it lasts longer but it is also very hard to wash off. I have been
reading magazines and articles on the internet that can teach me easy ways on how to get rid of it without breaking off my lashes. I guess it is very important because if you do not know how to do it correctly you might end up dong more harm than good. Fortunately, I am no expert on this matter but perhaps years of experience can make me credible enough to give you tips on how to remove it and the steps are just easy to follow.
First is, you have to wash your face thoroughly and splash the eye region several times with water. This will help ease most of the mascara if not all. Then using a facial tissue, you dab a small amount of baby shampoo. Baby shampoo is recommended because it is very mild and non-irritating plus it can get the mascara out from your lashes. Then, after rubbing it into your lashes for a few seconds, rinse immediately and wash your face once more. This technique works for me and I hope it will also do the same thing to you.
Removing your make up at the end of the day is very important so that the chemicals won't stay in your face overnight. I must admit just like any woman, the most difficult part is how to remove the mascara from your lashes. I have provided you with tips and I hope they can help you in some ways.Source: www.howtoputonmascara.net