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This Is How To Remove Your Mascara Completely #SHEfindsSolutions

June 5, 2017 by Alisha Stacy
shefinds | beauty

Mascara is probably one of the hardest makeup products to remove completely. And if you make the mistake of leaving even a little on your lashes, you will wake up with mascara smeared all over your eyes. Who wants raccoon eyes?! To help solve that problem, we’re sharing our foolproof formula for removing mascara all the way. Here’s how to do it:

Step 1: Take a small amount of Vaseline and smooth it on to your eyelashes. Let this sit for a couple minutes to break up the mascara then wipe off with a cotton ball.

Step 2:  Use an oil free makeup remover to moisten a cotton ball and gently wipe away the remaining mascara.

Pro Tip: If you don’t have Vaseline or makeup remover, you can also olive oil or coconut oil to break down and remove your mascara.

And you’re done! With two easy steps your mascara will be completely gone and you don’t have to worry about removing it again when you wake up!

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Author:

Marketing Manager, Contributing Editor

Alisha Stacy creates compelling e-commerce content for SheFinds--on behalf of clients as our marketing manager, and as a contributor to the editorial team. She covers fashion, beauty, wellness and travel. You can always find her in an Uber and never too far away from a Chipotle. You can reach her at [email protected]

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