Take it Off
The day is over. You’ve collapsed into your couch to veg out in front of your favorite late-night TV shows. Your heels have been haphazardly discarded near the door along with your clutch. You decided to eat that last piece of cheesecake in the fridge. (And it was good!) You are contemplating going to bed…maybe right on the couch! Hey, you have tomorrow off! You can sleep wherever you wish! But before you can sleep, you gotta take off your makeup and wash your face! Or do you? (The answer is yes!)
Helpful Tips on Removing Makeup:
- Don’t use the same makeup remover you use on your cheeks/face for your eyes. The skin around your eyes is more sensitive and requires a different kind of makeup remover.
- Virgin olive oil is a homemade makeup remover for waterproof mascara!!
- Choose products based on skin type: Dry skin should use cleansing products
- Too much cleansing can actually dry out your skin even more!
- Find out what works best for you!
I will admit that I’m that girl everyone secretly hates. I can sleep with all my makeup on and I’ve never had any blackheads/acne/pimples. (I apologize!) Sometimes I’m so lazy I just leave on the day-before eyeliner on when I wake up without re-doing it. Lazy? You bet. Still, I’ve been trying to get into the habit of taking off my makeup at night. Healthy skin is important, take care of what you got! (Sometimes my skin does get really dry…and that’s never good) If you’re looking for some great makeup removal products Jane Iredale has some for sensitive skin that are wonderful! To get some mineral makeup and help putting it on, or if you have more questions about proper skin care head to the best of all the beauty salons downtown Pittsburgh has to offer, Verve 360 to get your questioned answered. Plus you’ll walk out feeling flawless!