Anyone who has started using the new Chanel Mascara, Le Volume Ultra Noir, might have noticed that it’s a bit of a devil to get off! Extra black pigments which look spectacular on the lash = piles of sooty cotton pads. I alternate between this and Clinique at the moment, and Clinique is a doddle to remove in comparison.Chanel BiPhase Eye Makeup Remover
I’ve had a re-introduction to the Chanel BiPhase Eye Makeup Remover and can say that it cuts the removal job in half, time and effort wise. It doesn’t really smell of anything other than sort of waterish and certainly doesn’t leave my eyes feeling filmy, and uses rose and cornflower waters combined with (unspecified) cleansing oils.
I’m always very cynical about luxury brands and their basic cleansing items which cost a fortune, but in this case, Chanel BiPhase Eye Makeup Remover really is at the top of its game. If money was no object, I’d also always use the Chanel Nail Polish remover – I swear it works better than any other I know and that’s not just because it’s got those lovely double C’s all over it! The Chanel BiPhase Eye Makeup Remover also tackles waterproof mascara, but I haven’t personally tested that aspect.
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You can find Chanel BiPhase Eye Makeup Remover for £22 HERE and Chanel Nail Polish Remover for £14 HERE. The nail polish remover isn’t as easy to find as you’d think – I could only find three online stockists for it.
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