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Easy Tricks For Removing Waterproof Eye Makeup

While I love the smudge proof benefits of waterproof eyeliner and mascara sometimes they're challenging to remove without elbow grease.

A make-up guru suggested layering would afford me a much easier time removing my waterproof make-up.  She suggested applying my waterproof eyeliner and mascara on top of a traditional non-waterproof version.

I was amazed by the results. By following a double coating technique I enjoyed the stay-put liner and smudge free lush lashes the sealers provide, but the under layers made it much easier to remove because the first coat prevents the sealants from adhering directly to my lids and lashes.  Thus any eye irritation from excessive scrubbing is gone forever.

I'm always amazed at how a few simple tricks can always make hair and make-up application and removal a breeze.

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