I have had good luck with the stila stay all day liner as well.
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Eyeko. I really like it, despite it not really being waterproof, I still have to use makeup remove to remove it.
Originally Posted by EJCC
I've been using this too. I really like it so far!
Originally Posted by Lexicon
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Best make up remover I've ever used: oil. Just oil with castor oil in it. Mascara used to make me SCRUB my eyeballs like crazy, all those milky "oooh la la" bullshits didn't ever work for me. I'd stick them on, then scrub them off.. and still have little streaks under my eyes the next morning. I dab like 30% castor oil + 70% of some other oil on my face and eyelashes, rub it in for a moment, and run pretty hot water on a microfiber cloth and all that stuff comes right off without really scrubbing at it all. If I could do OCM all the time I would (I'm lazy) because I think there is something do that.. but I just use it as make up remover right now. I run witch hazel on a cotton ball over my face after and no make up gets left behind, not even small black streaks from mascara and eyeliner.
@Codex I found that french stuff just tended to be way cooler than american stuff.
I use a saline rinse all the time for allergies, and the french one I used lasted twice as long and was cheaper and gentler than the gentle ones here in the US.
But that stuff is no where near as cheap as castor oil + sunflower or almond oil.
For anyone with sensitive eyes, this is the gentlest eye make remover:
AVOID this, it'll burn your eyes:
For those with acne-prone skin, I strongly recommend that you don't use natural make-up as it will exacerbate your condition (because they're large molecules and therefore will block your pores).
I have this in the undercover pot version, it's one of my favourite concealers. I really love Laura Mercier's products because they're not thick or sticky. Have you tried her translucent loose setting powder? It's the best powder I'd used. Her faux mascara is incredible, too but it's only for going out.
Originally Posted by Codex
Somehow I always end up stumbling across Mary Kay people, in my life -- had two friends in high school who sold products, and a coworker invited me to someone's Mary Kay party last year -- so I usually use the Mary Kay brand of eye makeup remover. It's pretty efficient, in that you don't have to use a lot of it to remove all your eye makeup, and it doesn't irritate my eyes like other brands do.
@kyuuei how much do those oils cost? Where do you get them?
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