men can answer for their girlfriend or female friends.
i used to use matsuyama organic gel makeup remover, then switched to extra virgin olive oil and now I use pure grapeseed oil.
- Pure grapeseed oilVote A
- Extra virgin olive oilVote B
- Cold creamVote C
- Formulated makeup remover (please specify)Vote D
- I don't use anything special just cleanser / I don't wear makeupVote E
Most Helpful Girl
Oh I have a whole routine, because I have very sensitive skin so if I leave even a spot of makeup on I'm going to break out.
-First I just rinse my face with luke warm water until it's nice and damp.
-Then a take a paper towel (I use to Vivo silk ones because they are nice and soft) wet it a little bit (because I don't want anything rough on my face) and wipe off as much of the makeup I can without actually scrubbing my face.
-Then I rinse again.
-Then I take MACs makeup removing wipes and get my eyes, around my nose and any creases. (If I have a lot of eye makeup I use two separate wipes, one for my eyes and another for my nose, behind the ears, ect.)
-Then I damp my face again and use Clinque facial cleanser (it's not a makeup removed specifically, it's meant to get rid of blackheads and oil build up) and I just wash it really good, exfoliating it into my skin.
-Then I rinse it real good with luke warm water
-Then I take a paper towel and dab it all over my face to make sure I got all the makeup off (which at this point I usually have in less I went nuts with the foundation that day) if I have any spots I just take a wipe and get it and then rinse the spot with a damp paper towel.
-After all that's done I allow my face to air dry for a few minutes and then I put a moisturizer lotion on it.
I know it sounds like a lot of work just to remove makeup but let me tell you, I wake up in the morning with the most refreshed, baby smooth skin. The whole process takes about 10-15 minutes but I find it worth it. So worth that I even do it after a night in the club. Trust me XD1