One mistake people tend to make when removing eye makeup is rubbing the area in the hope that the product will come off much faster. But this is counterproductive and would only hurt the delicate skin around the eyes. So, experts recommend using the “soak” method instead, which basically involves squirting makeup remover pads on and letting them sit on your eyes for a few seconds.
“The “dipping” method is gentle and effective. It will start breaking down the product immediately without any aggressive wiping,” Anton Khachaturian, a celebrity makeup artist, shared with PureWow. Plus, waiting a moment to let the makeup remover do its job is apparently also the secret to effective makeup removal. “Let the technology do the work,” dermatologist Dr. Ranella Hirsch advised Glamour. “Apply makeup remover and let it sit, and sit again. If you do this, you won’t find spots under your eyes in the morning.
If you want a shortcut, you can also use pre-soaked tampons. Remember to wait a few seconds to let the makeup remover sit on your eyes and melt the makeup before wiping everything away.
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