I’m always in search of a good makeup remover and since my favorite (Hard Candy’s Take It Off) is no longer carried in stores near me, I’ve been looking for a new option! I asked around, and today makeup artists share the best makeup removers. They had a lot of great options! Let me know if you have a favorite that isn’t shown here, I’m shopping for a new one!
Liz Fuller “I use a generic version of Cetaphil (3) to wash my face and remove makeup, including eye makeup. It is inexpensive, lasts a long time, and it really does get off all of my makeup, even long-wearing formulas.”
Lia Parisyan is a makeup artist, Examiner.com‘s NY Beauty Expert, and also contributes Health & Beauty articles to CareerAddict “Organic coconut oil. I’ve tried everything from organic, store-bought makeup removers to cold cream to luxury brands, but nothing works quite as well as coconut oil. It doesn’t irritate your eyes or cause burning, and it also doubles as a natural moisturizer. I keep on jar in my cupboard, and another one in the bathroom. I really like Artisana’s Raw Coconut Oil (4). It’s super affordable, and a little goes a long way. ”
Sarah Salice “Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser (5), it removes everything. I don’t need wipes, special stuff for my eyes, just the cleanser. I squirt it into my hand, massage gently with warm water all over my face and especially eye area and everything comes off.”
Julia Papworth “I love a traditional cleansing wipe such as Ponds (11) to get off the majority of the makeup. For the eye area I like to use a more heavy duty remover such as Clinique’s Take the Day Off (10), which easily dissolves makeup without you having to tug or pull.”