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
"Never, ever go to bed with makeup on -- it's one of the worst things you can do to your skin," King warns. By "worst" she means not removing makeup can lead to enlarged, clogged pores; itchy, dry lips and cheeks; breakouts galore; irritated eyes; annoying styes; milia; premature aging and even eyelash dandruff (yes, that's a thing). Memorize these methods and tips for how to remove makeup the right way, so remnants of your smoky eye and bronzed contouring don't fester while you sleep.
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