Apr 18, 2018

Makeup

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You look fantastic, no question about that. The foundation, eyes and lips are spot on. Surely that takes a bit of time to prepare, but I'm really curious as to how to remove each portion, and how long does that take? When done, are there any traces left that would cause one to notice any "residual" telltale signs?

As always, you look great, I'm green with envy, and thank you for taking the time to post.

Apr 20, 2018

I can get my makeup off in 10 minutes with next to no trace. Eyelash glue can be a slight problem if you're not careful but it's not that hard. I recommend the following stuff...

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DHC-Deep-Cleansing-Oil-200ml/dp/B001UE60E0/ref=sr_1_15_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1524251785&sr=8-15&keywords=makeup+oil

 

Squeeze about a tablespoon into your hand and rub into your dry, made up face. Get it everywhere, it will blend everything together, lipstick, eyeshadow, foundation, everything. Your face will go a sort of beige colour. Pay special attention to the eye area. Just rub it in for 5 minutes (ish) and then rinse it all off in the sink or a shower. All done...

 

If you rush you'll miss a bit of foundation around the jaw, nose, hairline etc.. and get your towel dirty so I just dry my face with tissue to make sure there's no traces. I learnt this from a woman that does makeovers and she uses this so people can go home confident that they don't have telltale signs :) It's expensive stuff but not when you compare to the cost of all the wipes you might otherwise use..

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