Out of eye makeup remover or having trouble washing all your makeup off?
Olive oil as a makeup remover is natural, eco friendly, skin beneficial and super affordable! Great for those on a budget or those trying to sway away from using chemicals when unnecessary.
For the eyes:
Use a little olive oil on a cotton pad to use as an eye makeup remover. I prefer letting the cotton pad sit on my eye area for about 30 seconds to really dissolve the makeup. The oil breaks down makeup and leaves your eye area moisturized! Using olive oil as an eye makeup remover is very gentle and non irritating unlike some eye makeup removers that can tingle and burn. Mix olive oil and aloe vera water in a bottle for a more light weight formula!
For the face:
You can even use olive oil to remove heavy face makeup. Oils as makeup removers are quickly becoming popular because the oils break down the makeup for easy removal. I know using oils on your face can seem scary especially those with oily skin. However olive oil resembles your skin’s natural oil production so it won’t clog pores only make your skin super soft. Olive oil has healthy fats which plump and moisturize the skin with Vitamin E and Vitamin A. I would still recommend washing your face with a gentle face wash after and use olive oil as a makeup remover not a face cleanser.
For very dry skin you can use olive oil alone with a cotton pad or wash cloth but for those with more oily skin I’d recommend mixing olive oil with rose water or aloe vera water. Mixing with rose water or aloe vera water will make it feel lighter on the skin and not be as messy :)
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As for Magnetic Lash i’ve never tried it because it seems to be a UK product (could be wrong) but I always trust makeupalley for reviews!
The makeupalley reviews are 5/5 which is pretty rare so it must be good :)
Green is red correcting so if you have a naturally red face, acne scars, acne, rosacea, etc it will help correct the red so when you go over with foundation the red won’t show through.
Purple is brightening so those with dry or dull skin would usually go for purple primers. Purple will also help balance out overly yellow skin tones if you want to look more neutral and less yellow.
Cream is most likely yellow or just tinted so you can use it to even out your skin tone to use alone or use it a little extra coverage.
Clear is just universal so anyone can use it!
I have the clear one which I love and i’m wearing right now. It makes my skin feel super smooth and helps makeup go on flawless! A GREAT affordable primer!