This Remover Promises To Get All Your Lipstick Off In 30 Seconds
August 6, 2014
Whether you’ve seen Dance Moms or not, you’re probably still familiar with the insane amount of makeup that dancers and other stage performers have to wear. Well, growing up, I had a dance mom of my own who was constantly smearing bright red clown lipstick all over my lips for competitions and recitals. And if you know anything about red lipstick, you know that it is IMPOSSIBLE to take off. Even if you use makeup remover, you can still have remnants on your lips (and straws #embarrassing) for days…unless, you use this product by Sephora.
When I was little, taking off the goopey lipstick wasn’t a big deal, because my mom would help me. But once I got older, I had to find a product to do it for me. Think about it. Once I got older, I couldn’t spend my ENTIRE life at dance. As soon as those performances were over, I would hop in my car and hit the road to hang out with my high school friends, and let me tell you, I was NOT about to be caught dead with any trace or stain of that ridiculous stage makeup on my face. So I was forced to find my red lipstick solution. And since red lips are sooo popular (Thanks, T.Swift), I thought I would share it with you, since you’ve probably had this dilemma too.
Enter: Sephora Collection Ultimate Oil-In-Gel Lipstick Remover ($9.50). Just dab this stuff on and let it sit for 30 seconds before you wipe it off. Your lipstick will disappear like magic, and nobody would ever know that you had anything on your lips two seconds ago. It is so easy to use I carry it around in my purse all the time, because you never know when you’ll to need to get rid of your rosy lips in a hurry. For example, if you’re going to an important business lunch or event, and you don’t want to get lipstick on your napkin and cup or if you’re about to kiss a guy but you don’t want to get it all over his face. Whatever activity you’re into, every lipstick wearer needs this remover. It works with any brand and any shade, so you’ll never have to worry about lipstick residue again. You’re welcome.