"There are no ugly women, only lazy women".

I'm sure you have came across this quote and whether we believe it to be true or not, it's another separate issues altogether. 

Nevertheless, it's definitely apt to use in this current topic.

Beautifying oneself has topped the priority list of many women and hence, the use of make up. But did you know, this could actually backfire, causing you more problems with your skin and beauty if you don't remove your make up properly? 

You should ALWAYS remove your make up at the end of the day no matter how tired you are. Lazy is a reason that should not even exist. Even more so, after a looonnngggggg day. Imagine the amount of dirt/perspiration/icky stuffs that your skin has encountered with, mixed with the make up you have. UGH.

Let me share what kind of make up removers I use :)
Loreal Make Up Remover Cleansing Milk

Yes, as per the description, this cleansing milk is really gentle on the skin. 

Pour your desired amount and your 2 fingers and then massage it into your skin, just like how you moisturise your skin and wash your face. But for this, I massage it in a circular motion so that all the dirt are removed from the pores. After that, take a piece or two cotton pad and wipe the milk off. If you would like to be really clean, repeat the whole process twice, till you see no remnants of your make up on the cotton pad. 

I do use this for my eye make up remover as well when the cyber colours eye make up remover is out of reach. But I don't use this to remove mascara, if I do wear it, because it tends to get a little messy. 

So yes, since it's suitable for all skin types, you need not hunt for those specially made for a particular skin type :)
Plus, it's easily within reach as it's sold in all convenient stores. :)

You don't need counter-brand products to get top results. That's what I really believe. Don't be fooled by the marketing gimmicks :)

Cyber Colours Eye Make Up Remover

I was first introduced to this product by my mom because she raved about it. And subsequently, hers became mine. LOL. 

I then got a bigger bottle for myself. I'm not sure if it's sold in convenient stores but you will be able to get hold of it if you patronise SASA. :)

It's oil-based and I understand that some ladies are not really keen on oil-based make up remover because of the hassle and messiness. 

You are also required to shake vigorously for the oil and liquid below the mix before using!

But I've gotta rave on this. 

It really helps to remove whatever eye make up you have on your eyes - yes even mascara. 

The trick is to avoid getting the oil into your eyes. For me, because I'll only use it for the removal of eyeliner and mascara on m lower lash, it's quite easy for me. I don't use mascara for my upper lash because I always use falsies and there is no need for mascara because I don't bother curling my own non-existent lashes. So I don't even have to waste time applying mascara on them. It's not very obvious when I wear the falsies if I don't curl my own eyelashes. The 2 different level of eyelashes is only obvious if you look into my eye up close. But, why would you even do that? Unless well, you are infatuated with me? *blush*

Jokes aside and well, stop puking you. Keep that cringe of yours. 

To use this product, take a cotton bud and damp it with the liquid. 1 side for each eye. And then just proceed to remove the make up on your eyes. You can apply in a rolling manner but try to be as gentle as you can (although I must admit that I'm not) since the skins on your eyelids are the thinnest. You wouldn't want to cause much distress to these delicate areas :)

After that, proceed to wash your face. 

I'll personally stand by these 2 make up removers, especially the L'Oreal one because it has been serving me well for the past few years! Plus it's quite affordable as well, approx $14? ;)

Hope this entry helped you in one way or another! Thanks for reading! :D <3

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