Are You Really Removing All of Your Makeup?
If you're waking up with raccoon eyes or lipstick smear, discover the best ways to keep your makeup from crawling into bed with you
To remove deep pigments from the entire lip, you need an oil-based cleanser to cut through the plastics, wax and pigments clinging to the skin. Plus, the oil in products like Sephora's Supreme Cleansing Oil, $15, will also keep your lips from drying out. If your lipstick shades tend to skew more Lorde, use your fingertips to work the oil into your lips creases. With a cotton round, sweep from right to left, flip it over and sweep from left to right. If your shades skew more T. Swift, a few swipes in the same motion with an oil-infused remover wipe like Dermalogica Precleanse Wipes, $18, should do the trick. Either way, steer clear of petroleum-based products or cleansers formulated with mineral oil -- these don't easily wash off and can clog your pores, King says.
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