There are times when we feel lazy and want to skip this essential part of our skin-care routine. It is essential to remove your makeup before going to bed to maintain a healthy skin.
- Use a clip, a clip or a ponytail holder to pull bangs and long hair back.
- Remove your eye makeup first using a suitable eye makeup remover.
- Use a cotton cloth or a cotton ball to apply the remover to your eyes. Make sure you get all the areas around your eyes: eye lashes, eyelids, browline, and under the eyes.
- You can use a Q-tip (especially eyeliner) to get rid of any makeup traces.
- Rinse with warm running water.
- Use your cleanser on a washcloth or directly on your neck. Massage in circular motions until you have a foamy lather covering your entire neck and facial areas. Avoid the eye area.
- Allow the cleanser to work its magic on your neck and face for several minutes.
- Use warm water to wash your neck and face. Dry with a towel.
- Before you go to bed, apply a thin layer of facial moisturizer on your neck and face.
How to remove eye makeup and mascara
To remove mascara and eye makeup, do you use lotion, soap bar soap, or your usual face cleanser? Your delicate skin around the eyes is 7x thinner than the skin on your rest of the face. Use a makeup remover that is specifically designed for the eye area to gently clean it. These are the steps you can take to maintain a healthy eye area.
Select the eye makeup remover that suits your skin type best. Bi Phase eye makeup remover from Maybelline is our favorite to remove both lip and eye make-up. Oily makeup removers are best for those with oily skin. Look for makeup removers that are suitable for sensitive skin. A good product doesn’t necessarily have to cost a lot. There are many good makeup removers available at drugstore brands. Make sure to cleanse your eyes first before you start your nightly cleansing routine. By doing this, your mascara won’t run down your face when you wash it. Start by reviewing the instructions for the eye makeup remover you have chosen. Use the recommended amount.
To make the mascara penetrate more deeply, moisten your eye area. Begin with the eye lid. Use light pressure to wipe from the top to the bottom, starting at one corner. Remove any eye corner. You should still have a little bit of the remover left on your lid. To remove any makeup remover, wet a cotton ball or a round of water with the same motion. If any product is still left, repeat the process with new cotton. Do the second eye. Add a small amount of mascara remover to a q-tip. To apply the remover, close your eyes and roll the q-tip across your lashes in a downward motion. Follow up with a second q-tip, moistened with water, or a cottonball. Don’t soak cotton. Gently glide your lashes in a down motion. Depending on the type of mascara and how many coats were applied, it may take several cotton balls to remove the mascara. Use a little bit of cotton remover to get rid of mascara that may have gotten under your eyes. After you have removed your mascara and eye makeup, you can begin your nightly facial care routine.
How to Remove Foundation
It’s a given that your makeup foundation should be removed before you go to bed at night. It’s not an easy task to remove makeup foundation. The type of foundation on your skin will determine what kind of cleaning solution you need to use to get rid of it.
Water-Based Foundation – If your foundation is water-based, it’s a good choice. This foundation doesn’t require any special cleaning products. Because the foundation can be easily dispersed, you can make your cleaning routine super-simple. Your foundation makeup will disappear in seconds with a mild, soap-free cleanser.
Oil-Based Foundation – It’s time to unleash the heavy artillery, in makeup remover. For oil-based foundation formulas, you must dissolve oil-based makeup foundation with a special makeup removal product. You won’t get anywhere fast if you use water and cleanser. Apply the makeup remover to your face and allow it to dry. After it has dried, wipe it off using tissues, cotton pads, or a soft, clean towel. To make your skin super clean, apply a toner that matches the type of skin you have.
Useful Tools – Make sure your makeup bag is stocked with gentle makeup removers and toners. Avoid toners containing drying alcohol if you have dry skin. Keep a few soft, clean, and absorbent cloths, such as cotton pads, tissues, and tissue, close at hand. You won’t have to search for the right thing to clean your face. You can also organize your night by creating a routine that takes only a few minutes each night. Additional Advice: Make sure you remove all makeup before you go to bed. Your complexion can be seriously affected if you leave makeup on your face. Your pores will be clogged with oil, dirt, and other makeup from the day. This can lead to pimples. In a pinch, you can use pre-moistened facial cleansing cloths. To get rid of any residue, make sure to use a toner.