Pay attention to these mistakes when removing make up
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All beauty gurus say the same thing – make up looks nicest on pure and clean skin. Excuses like "I'm tired of removing make up" are no longer worth it. Here we show you what is most important when removing make up.
We can all admit, it often happens that we do not remove the make up thoroughly every evening. It can happen that after a crazy night out, we just go to bed with full make up on. It is familiar to every woman, but we should avoid such negligence to our facial skin.
1) I'm too tired to remove the make up. Even though the dream is calling you, you are doing a huge damage to your skin and lashes not removing the make up. During the night our skin his exposed to self-repairing process. Having a layer of make up will prevent the skin from self-rejuvenation by blocking the pores. At the same time also your lashes suffer because when you are sleeping with mascara, lashes are more sensitive and they are at risk of cracking.
2) Wrongly removing the makeup - Always tend to firstly remove the makeup from the eyes and lips, then the rest of the skin. If you clean your face first, and then remove the mascara and the rest, the complete face-cleaning procedure becomes meaningless because you replenish the pores with the rest of the make up. The make up removal process should go as follow: remove mascara and eye shadows, remove the remained lipstick, remove the foundation and apply the appropriate face cream.
3) You use quick solutions - Instead of carefully removing the make up and wash your face, you use treatments that remove the make up and nourish the skin at the same time. Such an option is okay for exceptional situations like camping, but that way you do not clean or nourish the face as it is needed.
4) You use wrong products for your skin type – Is your skin unusually greasy after washing it? Than you are probably using a not right product to clean your face. In short, sensitive skin is best removed with powder face cleanser, dry with cleaning milk, and mixed or normal with washing gel.
5) Are you rubbing the mascara and the eyeshadow with a wet wipes? – Stop it! Powerful rubbing can tear your eyelashes. Use customized care for removing the makeup from and around the eyes, like mineral water specialized for that area. Than soak a cotton pad and tap it around the eyes or leave it pressed on the eyelids to dissolve the mascara and then pull the pad exclusively downwards.
6) Again, rubbing the lipstick with a wet wipe? - Ouch! it makes the lips crack. Try putting some sugar and olive oil on your lips and massage them with a toothbrush. So at the same time you are doing peeling and removing the lipstick.
7) Ignoring the neck and neckline - Both neck and neckline need proper care and regular cleaning, especially if you apply bronzer or highlighter on these parts of your body. If the skin is not well cleaned, you are at risk of pimples and wrinkles.