How to remove makeup from the eyes and the lips
The more makeup you wear, the more important is to clean it properly from your face. The makeup leads to pimples because it blocks the pores. Use specially formulated cleanser for the lips and the eyes, this will help you to remove even the waterproof makeup, without pulling the sensitive skin around the eyes.
Removing eye makeup
The skin around the eyes is very thin and sensitive. It is important to use eye cream morning and night, but be careful not to overdose it, because this will cause puffiness. To apply eye cream, place three or four dots below the eye and two on the brow bone. Stroke them gently, using the tips of your fingers. Choose ultra-light eye cream with low oil content, as these are more easily absorbed by the skin.
To remove makeup from the lids and brows, use your fingers to stroke in remover with gentle, circular movements. You can also use a cotton swab soaked in makeup remover to remove the makeup from the corner of the eye and the lower lash line. The direction of the movement should be from the inner corner to the outer corner of the eye, without rubbing or dragging the skin.
If you don’t remove the lipstick thoroughly, it will cause dryness of the lips, and they will become rough. Lips need to be moisturized, because they don’t have sebaceous or oil-producing glands of their own and they are particularly susceptible to the drying effects of the sun and wind. You should use lip moisturizer with Vitamin E which will make the lips feel extra soft and smooth after every time you remove your makeup. Once a week exfoliate lips by gently brushing off dead skin with a small, fine brush or a soft toothbrush.
To remove makeup from the lips pour a little makeup remover onto a damp cotton ball and gently wipe across the lips from the corners to the mid-point. After that, use a lipst moisturizer or balm.
After you remove all of the makeup, don’t forget to wash your face with appropriate for your skin type soap or cleanser.
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