I’ve been testing out various waterproof eye make up removers and the two that came out best were YSL and Chanel. And by best, I mean that these oil/water mixes can often leave your eyes filmy which, if you’re like me and sometimes do a sofa cleanse while watching TV, is very annoying! Plus, my favourite mascara at the moment is the Dior Pump N Volume (HERE) which lays down a lot of very, very pigmented product. If I don’t want panda eyes the next morning, I do have to put in the extra effort in cleaning. Actually, I’m obsessed with it – it’s literally the best mascara I’ve ever used. Don’t buy it unless you want a new addiction!
You need to give it a good shake before use – so it turns opaque from clear (in the top pic), soak a cotton pad and press it to your lashes before sweeping product away. Don’t rub it too hard.. lashes are delicate little things and like to leave your lids at any easy opportunity! There isn’t a huge amount of choice when it comes to biphase make up removers (Vichy has one, I am sure), but this one is fine for lense wearers. I’ve also used it on lip stains but the nature of those is that they are supposed to be hard to remove, so it does require the extra effort. Anyway, the YSL Biphase Make Up Remover is £22.50 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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