HOT DRUGSTORE FIND: Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Clenaser
I'm a recent convert to Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Cleanser ($6.99), but I'm glad I found it. It's cheap, it's a pretty good makeup remover, and it washes completely off like a regular foaming cleanser. Best of all, it's easy. It's the kind of product that keeps you from falling asleep in your makeup after two mojitos too many, because while you many not have the energy (or coordination) to take off your earrings and heels, you can splash a little water on your face.
Plus, I can get tired of traditional makeup removers. Sure, sometimes pouring it drop by drop onto cotton balls feels sophisticated and more like a spa ritual than a chore, but at the end of a long day, I don't want to spend 15 minutes trying to get the mascara off my lashes, and I definitely don't want to use up 30 cotton balls doing it. So for me, this is a good solution. If you have a sensitive nose like me, though, I've got one caveat: I don't like the way it smells — at all. It's a kind of chemically sweet scent that makes me glad when it's washed off. Luckily, the smell doesn't hang around once water hits it, and using the cleanser only takes a few seconds. For right now, I'm happy to put up with a little cheap scent for a really clean face.
- Lifts away dirt, oil, and even waterproof makeup, without leaving behind an oily residue.
- Gentle enough for daily use.
- Rich lathering foam that won't over-dry skin.
Some soaps can over-dry your skin. NewCLEAN & CLEAR® Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanserhas a rich lathering foam that gently lifts away dirt and makeup without leaving an oily residue. This oil-free formula is gentle enough for daily use.
Taking cues from fashion and beauty magazines, I first dabbled in the field of makeup artistry as a young girl. I have always found working with makeup meditative, almost therapeutic. I can leave the world behind, and focus. The form of self expression, intense color, the joy of challenge, and the challenge of endurance. The result, when it is over, is not how it is made, but what is made. The creative outcomes are infinite. There are no rules or boundaries, just endless possibilities. MAKEUP= MY ART FORM :)