6 Beauty Treatments That Are a B!*ch to Remove -- and the Best Ways to Get Them Off
Glitter nail polish. Eyelash extensions. Waterproof mascara. All fun to wear -- all a nightmare to take off. Here's how to remove makeup and other beauty treatments that are notoriously a pain in the you-know-where to remove
How to remove lipstickBold lipstick -- from dark berry to cherry red -- is trending, but many formulas leave a faded, unattractive stain behind. Rubbing your lips raw with makeup remover can leave your pout too chapped to wear lipstick the next day. The fix? Petroleum jelly. Applying a bit of Vaseline helps remove lipstick while moisturizing the skin underneath.
Step 1: Apply Vaseline to your lips, and let it sit for a few minutes.
Step 2: Take a warm washcloth and wipe your lips in a gentle, circular motion.
Step 3: Rinse the washcloth and repeat until all of the lip color is gone.
Step 4: Apply a moisturizing balm or another layer of Vaseline on your lips.
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