Sunday, July 10, 2016

How You Remove Your Eye Makeup Matters If You Intend to Delay Aging!

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This radiant beauty's smile reveals her joy of discovering this simple technique.

Most of us don’t give much thought to procedure when it comes to removing eye makeup. After all, what is there left to do when you have but to load a cotton ball or pad with your eye makeup remover or oil-based one for waterproof products and start rubbing?  However, this is a big mistake if you intend to keep your eye area looking young for as long as possible.

Since the skin around the eyes is extremely thin compared to the rest of our face, extra gentleness is called for.  Using too much pressure or swiping randomly trying to dislodge eye makeup can take a toll in time. Instead, your eyes would benefit more if you remembered to use the technique that I’m about to share.


After moistening your cotton ball or pad with your eye makeup remover, close your eyes and very softly press the ball or pad against your lid.  This will start lifting some of those eye products, then gently move it down over the lashes before working inward toward the inner corners of your eyes.  

Depending on the brand of makeup remover and the amount of cosmetics that you have on, you may need another loaded cotton ball or pad to deal with any remaining makeup.  If so, repeat using the "press" and "pat" method. What you need to keep foremost in mind is avoiding being too rough in the eye area. 

Sometimes, in our hurry to remove makeup, we can forget how delicate that skin is and accidentally stretch or tug because you may be tired or short of time.  Nonetheless, remember this little makeup tip because it can save your beautiful eyes and keep them aging more than they need too!

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