How to Remove Makeup
Makeup Removers are very necessary for cleaning the skin from makeup. There are large numbers of women with normal skin, used cleanser before going to bed at night for removing makeup from the surface of the skin. Removing the makeup in the evening is a must in order to let your skin breathe and regenerate during the whole night.
There are two types of makeup – oily and non oily. Non oily makeup is such things as eye shadow, blushes, and powdered makeup. Oily types are lipsticks, rouge, mascara, and liquid makeup. Each type requires a specific method of removal. It is recommended that an area of clothing, such as a seam allowance, be tested before removal attempts to insure that the fabric is not going to be damaged. If the stains get on carpeting, test your cleaning method on an area of rug.
Removing eye makeup can be one of the more tricky areas of the face, as the skin around your eyes is the most sensitive. The most basic cleanser is soap, and this is an option, but it can be drying to the skin and harsh on the eyes. The best method to remove makeup is that takes a few drops of cosmetic makeup removers on cotton ball and gently use for removing makeup from the face. Household ammonia is another good resource for removing lipstick. First blot the stain with a bit of water to remove as much of the lipstick as possible, then treat with a little ammonia, and rinse and wash per care label instructions. Removing finger nail polish is also fairly easy. Simply use an acetone based fingernail polish remover to remove the stain. Using a stainless steel spoon, gently drip small amounts of fingernail polish remover over the stain and let the residue drip into the bowl, working it in with your finger.
There are many different ways to remove stains from cosmetics. Mineral oil is best for removing make up. It is even cheaper than baby oil. Eye makeup that is very stubborn requires a solvent and removes mascara gently and can easily rinse off. Use sweet almond oil. It works great and is very cheap and good for the skin too. When removing heavy eye make up to use cheapest petroleum jelly and old washcloth dampened with very warm water to remove heavy eye make up.
Posted on September 19, 2011, in Beauty Tips and tagged How to Remove Eye Make Up, How to Remove Makeup, Make up, Make up Remover, Makeup, Remove Makeup, remove makeup from Skin, Skin Cleaning, Tips for Remove Makeup. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.