How I get back to a bare face…

After I’m done playing in my makeup I need to make sure every speck of makeup is gone! My face for some reason doesn’t like anything on it (maybe because it’s prone to being oily)! Even using a certain facial cream for a while will cause bumps all over my face, so when I say I’m bare faced, I literally mean it, sometimes not even moisturizer. God forbid I would fall asleep with makeup on my face, my face would fight back! To ensure I’m not battling my face for weeks after playing with makeup there are a few products I trust to get every drop of makeup off my face!

The top product that I trust to remove my makeup is Clinique take the day off balm! This balm is a solid and as you spread on your face it turns to a liquid state. I like to use a cotton ball and roll it in the balm until it is coated and I rub it all over my face and you can see all the makeup on the cotton ball. Just keep applying until you see all the makeup is gone off of your face, then wash your face with your favorite cleanser and moisturize.

I honestly think it’s a great investment and not expensive at all, a 3.8 oz container only cost $29 at Macy’s, so check it out. A little of this product goes a long way, I’ve had this same container for about a year now and you can see there’s still a lot of product left (even though the words are practically worn off). This works really well for removing eye liner and mascara as well but it’s a little tricky when it comes to that eye area, so i try to be very careful and use a qtip, it works for me. Try it out and let me know how you like it.

Until next time guys….

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