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    Eye Makeup Remover?

    The stuff I am using is running out, and I don't really like it, so I'm looking for suggestions. I'd prefer wipes or something... I don't really know what the options are out there!
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    The Body Shop Camomile Eye Make-up Remover...been using it for years, not the waterproof one, just the regular. Just use with a cotton round, very gentle!
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I like the Target brand make-up removing wipes with cucumber. They're really gently on my skin, and they remove the make-up in just on or two swipes.
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I use Clinique.

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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    Extra virgin olive oil is the more pure form of eye-makeup remover and it works well.

    I usually use MAC Bulk Wipes; but, they are a little expensive - you get 100 of them for $26.

    I also like Ponds Cleansing Towelettes Original Clean and they aren't too expensive.

    I've used the Olay Mascara + Makeup remover and it's terrible.
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I always liked the Ponds wet wipes (or any generic version). They're cheap, effective, and non-irritating and cooling. Throughout my whole childhood and teen years I used them backstage for plays and dance recitals, with 1 wipe taking off a whole face of stage makeup each night. (Well, I had to up it to 2 wipes when I was a spirit in The Tempest and they painted my whole face and body royal blue!) I'll be stocking up again this semester, as I'm taking a theatrical makeup class and won't want to be going into Discrete Mathematics with a face full of greasepaint every day!

    They don't sting my eyes or eyelids (lots of things do burn that skin for me), and I even take off the mascara by pinching my lashes in the wipe, and rubbing and pulling a little, and it the moisure softens so you don't pull out your lashes like using your fingers does! I never understood how you were supposed to use the liquid stuff on your eyelashes with cotton pads or Q tips; the wipes work much better for that without causing raccoon eye in order to get the stuff off.
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I used the Ponds wipes for quite awhile, but they started to irritate my eyes. I've been using the Neutrogena ones now and they work quite well.

    The one I found that was the worst was Urban Decay's eye make up remover, it was greasy, the smell was overpowering and it really didn't work well.



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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I use the Target brand eye make up remover that comes in a blue bottle. It works really well for me.





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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    ^^ That's almost like their version of Clinique's stuff. I've found Target brand stuff works almost as well (or even just as well at times) as the big brands.

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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I had no idea there were so many choices!!!
    I think I'll try the Target one first, since we have to go there anyway.
    Where is it located? By the makeup or face creams?
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    The Almay brand is awesome. Comes in round pads with or without oil and/or cucumber. I swear by it.

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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    The eye makeup remover is in the same aisle with the face creams and acne cleansers.





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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    i work as a female impersonator and i've found that olive oil or baby oil tend to do the job better than wipes.




    it takes all that off, so yea....

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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    I use either baby wipes or baby oil gel. It works great to take off my eyeliner.
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    Re: Eye Makeup Remover?

    First off, yeah, I'm a guy

    HOWEVER, when performing live music or doing Halloween Haunt at Knott's, (or even the recent photoshoot I did), I wear a lot of makeup and I've always used your basic, everyday baby wipes. Usually store brand since it's the least expensive. Seriously, with a lot of those Ponds and Clinique ones (I've used them before, too) you're paying more money for just the brand name. Unless it has something specific in it that you might prefer, (or maybe something it doesn't have that you might be allergic to), always go for the store brand stuff with simple items like that because it all has the same stuff in it that the big name brands do. It'll save you a grip load.
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