Micellar Water

Eye makeup can be notoriously difficult to remove, which is why there are so many makeup removers meant
specifically for removing those pesky liquid eyeliners and long-lasting mascaras. If your regular old removal
doesn’t cut it, try one that’s all about the eyes, like the L’Oréal Paris Eye Makeup Remover. Gently sweep a
cotton pad soaked with the remover over your closed lids and ta-da, instant removal.
Your lip color may have mostly worn off by bedtime, but that doesn’t mean you should skip using makeup
remover on your lips. Of course, not every offering is safe to use on your pout. Reach for micellar water to wipe
off any lingering lipstick. While you’re at it, use the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Sugar Smooth & Glow Grape Seed Scrub
to exfoliate your pout.
Sometimes, no matter how diligent you are, there seems to be a little bit of makeup left in hard-to-reach areas. A
tiny bit of foundation around your nose or a smudge of eyeliner against your lash line. The trick to getting rid of
even those most challenging makeup remnants is to use a cotton swab to get specific with your removal. Dip a
swab in makeup remover and remove exactly what you want to see disappear.
No matter which makeup and cleansing options you fancy, it’s important to apply moisturizer afterward. Don’t
bother to dry off before completing this step since applying moisturizer directly to damp skin can help lock in more
hydration. Pump up the moisture and give your face the TLC it deserves with a water-based moisturizer. Try the
L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care – Normal/Dry Skin, L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care –
Normal/Oily Skin, or L’Oréal Paris Hydra Genius Daily Liquid Care – Extra Dry Skin, all of which are formulated
with aloe vera water and hyaluronic acid.

How to Remove Makeup from Clothing..
If you wear makeup, you’re probably familiar with the dreaded feeling of accidentally getting some of it on your
clothes while you’re applying it. To remove any type of makeup quickly in any environment, you can remove most
of it with regular soap and water before you wash the item later. To remove specific stains, there are some
household products you can try for getting the makeup out.
Using Soap and Cold Water on Any Makeup
1 .Don’t rub the makeup with anything dry.. When you get makeup on an item of clothing, definitely do
not rub it with a dry napkin, paper towel, or cloth. Doing this can spread the makeup around and rub it deeper into
the clothing.
Wait until you have access to a sink and some soap to touch the makeup.
2.Dab the spot with cold water.. At a bathroom sink, run the corner of a sturdy paper towel or a clean
cloth under some cold water. Dab the cold water onto the spot of makeup without rubbing it. Get just
enough water onto the spot so that it’s wet through the other side of fabric.
Always avoid using hot water to remove stains from clothes. Hot water tends to set stains deeper, while
cold water lifts them.

  1. Apply a tiny amount of soap to the makeup spot..Squeeze a tiny drop of
    regular hand soap directly onto the stain. The amount of soap you use should be smaller
    than a dime.
    The color of soap that you use shouldn’t matter; you can use any soap in your bathroom or a public
    restroom. As long as you don’t use too much, the soap shouldn’t stain your clothes.
    4.Rub the fabric against itself to rub the soap in.. When the soap is on your clothes, hold the
    underside of the spot between your fingers and fold it together to rub the soapy spot against itself. Continue
    rubbing the spot until you see the makeup starting to lift.When the makeup is lifted, stop rubbing the fabric.
    Try to avoid touching the spot directly with your fingers.
    5.Use a wet cloth to wipe the soap and makeup away… Take a clean corner of a wet cloth, or a
    clean paper towel, and run it under cold water again. Use this clean wet cloth or towel to rub the soap and
    makeup off your clothing.
    You may have to repeat this several times to get all the soap and makeup off, especially if it was a lot of
    makeup. Be sure to use only the wet cloth, and not your fingers, to touch the spot.
    6.Wash your clothing as soon as possible… When you get home, place your stained clothing in
    the washing machine and wash it on a regular cycle. If the soap and water didn’t remove all of the makeup,
    try spraying the spot with a stain-lifting solution before putting the item in the washer.

1.Use a makeup wipe to remove any makeup from most materials.. Makeup remover wipes do
more than wipe makeup off your face; they can also work to get makeup off your clothes. Gently blot or rub the
wipe on the spot until the makeup is lifted.
○ This technique works best on a fresh makeup spill, before the makeup has
had time to settle into the fabric.
○ If you’re trying this idea on silk or other delicate fabric, test the wipe on a
small hidden area like under a collar or on a spot that gets tucked in before
using it on your makeup stain.
2.Try shaving cream to remove foundation from white clothing.. If you happen to get a smear
of foundation on some white clothing, grab some white shaving cream and spray the foam directly onto the
area. Allow the foam to sit for 3-5 minutes, then rub the fabric against itself to rub the cream into the
stain.Rinse the area with cold running water under a sink to remove the makeup and foam.
○ Be sure to use shaving cream and not gel for this technique. Gel doesn’t
have the same effect on a clothing stain.
3.Use hair spray containing alcohol to remove lipstick stains.. To get a lipstick mark off of a
clothing item, squirt enough hairspray onto the spot so that the fabric looks wet around the lipstick. Allow
the hairspray to dry for about 20 minutes, then dab the spot with a soapy sponge, cloth, or a wet wipe.
○ Don’t use hairspray that doesn’t contain alcohol for this technique; hairspray
without alcohol will not work on the stain.
4. try a blow dryer set to cool on powder makeup.. If you’ve ever
spilled face powder on your clothes, you know that trying to rub it off just
causes it to spread worse. Grab your blow dryer to blast the powder off your
clothes using the cold setting, since hot air may cause the powder to set

○ For any remaining streaks, try dabbing the area with a cloth that you’ve
dampened with cold water to remove them.

  1. Blot rubbing alcohol on lipstick or eyeliner stains.. Rubbing alcohol, a key ingredient in
    makeup wipes and some hairsprays, also works well on its own. Try removing eyeliner or lipstick from an
    article of clothing by wetting a cotton ball with it and blotting your stain.

○ Allow the alcohol to sit on your stain for 5 minutes, then blot the stain with a
clean damp cloth.

  1. Use ice on any makeup stain..Any time you are trying to remove makeup from clothes, you always want
    to avoid using hot or warm water. Hot water will set the stain deeper into your clothes. Try rubbing an ice cube on
    the makeup spot to lift it out.. Try a detergent wipe or pen on any fabric. Detergent wipes and pens are nice
    stain-removing items to keep with you on-the-go. Remove excess makeup from the area first with a damp cloth
    before wiping it with the pen or wipe.

○ The wipes or pen you use should get the area clean until you can wash it
later. Most of these products are safe even for dry-clean only material 7s.