On Your Eyes

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Beauty Workshop -

Mas­cara and eye­liner are no­to­ri­ously dif­fi­cult to re­move. We don’t want to tug and pull be­cause the eye area is very del­i­cate, so most of us end up with a half-cleanse, hop­ing that what’s left over will some­how fall off. Valerie Seah, trainer for Ur­ban Beauty Academy, shares how to re­ally clean off eye makeup. 1 Soak a cot­ton pad in eye makeup re­mover and place it over your lashes. The trick is to hold it there for a few sec­onds to al­low the re­mover to break down the mas­cara. 2 Move the cot­ton pad down­wards, from roots to lash tips. Do this un­til no more mas­cara comes off. 3 Use another cot­ton pad to work on eye­shadow, eye­liner and brow makeup. Sweep – not drag – the pad gen­tly from the in­ner eye cor­ner to the outer cor­ner. 4 Fold the cot­ton pad in half and lower your chin to clean off eye makeup on the lower lashes. Work from the in­side out, re­peat­ing un­til you get all the gunk off.

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