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Beauty Bubble: Top 14 Make-up removers - Clumps of Mascara
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Beauty Bubble: Top 14 Make-up removers

I swear by my make-up remover (it’s #4 on the list). It is my absolute favorite and I don’t see anything else changing my mind.

Except jojoba oil. I find that this oil is pretty good at removing make-up! Who would have thunk?

Check out the Total Beauty article listing the top 14 Make-up removers.

Is yours on the list?
Hate the ones listed?

Happy reading and enjoy your weekend!!

TotalBeauty.com
Top 14 Makeup Removers

See which products easily stripped off eye makeup (and everything else)

We makeup junkies need a good product to take it all off at the end of the day — no clogged pores or stained pillowcases for us! The makeup removers on this list left TotalBeauty.com readers with clean skin and without oily residue or dryness.

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No. 14: MAC Wipes, $25

TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 8.9*

Why they’re great: “These wipes are perfect for those of us who are too tired/lazy/intoxicated to wash our faces before bed, but who don’t like the idea of clogged pores and dirty pillow cases either…”

No. 13: Estee Lauder Take it Away LongWear Makeup Remover Towelettes, $17.50

TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 9*

Why they’re great: “They clean my face entirely, leaving not a trace of dirt or makeup. They are extremely portable and come in handy on any trip…”

No. 12: Lancome Effacil Gentle Eye Makeup Remover, $21.95

TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 9*

Why it’s great: “It is so gentle and does not burn or sting your eyes. It has absolutely no oily residue…”

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  • Miss Yaya

    I’m never too picky with what I use, though my general go to is oil to begin with. It’s the most natural and takes even the most stubborn face paint off :) and my momma the aesthetician recommended so can’t go wrong in my mind!

  • Denny

    I should have known which would be #1?!? I love that one and have been using it for a few years. As a matter of fact I need to restock. lol Thanks for sharing.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Brittany,
    I started reading your blogs a few months ago and I LOVE it when you review nail polish. I typically look at nail polish blogs to ascertain which colors I will pick that match my chocolate (very dark) skin tone…Just a question, do you know of any nail polish blogs with dark-skinned sisters that show swatches with varying colors of nail polishes- not the standard berries…. Don’t get me wrong…I love what you do but I think some of the colors that you have showed wouldn’t match well with me because I am MUCH darker than you, like 5 shades darker…lol…and I would like a blog that shows a range of (darker) skin complexions…If you could suggest any, I would appreciate it and I hope I did not offend you. Thanks.

    Katherine

  • My Fashion Frenzy

    Great 4-11, like always :)

  • Enchantress

    Good info…I need to invest in a good makeup remover. I use St. Ives for now b/c my skin is sensitive to EVERYTHING else. Any suggestions?

  • B

    Katherine–> Please excuse the delay, lovely! As of right now I don't know any darker brown ladies that have nail polish blogs…..yet. Who says that you can't be the first? :) You didn't offend me at all. I know exactly what you mean.

    Enchantress—> Jojoba or olive oil! Gentle on the eyes and if removes your make-up with little tugging.