The Best Ever: Makeup Remover πŸ’„πŸ™ŒπŸ½


– Look at that. That’s amazing. – It’s hard to do this with one eye open. (laughs) – I look a little bit clowny at first. – Today we’re gonna talk
about the best ever. the best ever, the best
ever makeup remover. What I like in a makeup
remover is it’s gotta be easy to apply to my face,
not scrub off my skin on my face as it’s taking the makeup off, not sting, not burn my eyeballs. I have a lot of requirements
for makeup remover. – I have a lot of thoughts
about makeup remover. I have a lot of thoughts about the worst ever makeup removers. I hate when I lose
eyelashes because I’m trying to get off my eye makeup. That’s probably my biggest deal breaker. – Coconut oil is my favorite form because over the last couple of
years, I’ve been really into natural skincare, which
is kind of contradicting to the fact that I wear makeup, but as far as skincare,
the serums that I use, the moisturizers that
I use, I try and keep it very natural. – A lot of makeup remover
wipes don’t really get the makeup out of your skin. It kind of just takes off
the first layer of makeup and I wear like layers. – The makeup remover I’m talking about is coconut oil. Now, I don’t actually
use this jar almost ever. That’s why it looks brand new. What I use is this little jar. Every few months or so
will take a spoon or two from this and put it into this. So because I’m not actually applying this anywhere other than right on my lips and right on my eyelids,
I don’t deal with problems that other people do with coconut oil like clogging the pores
or making me breakout, because it’s really not
on my skin all that much, but if you’re someone who
has really sensitive skin or problems with clogged pores, then that’s something to be aware of. So I’m gonna take off half of my face so you can see what it looks like. Normally I just rub and
then what happens is if I’m wearing like a red
lip, I’ll rub all around and I have this giant red clown mouth. And as you can see, it
kind of just rubs around the whole area. Normally, I’ll just wash my
face immediately afterwards and that gets rid of all
the oil and all the makeup. I think that did it. – I found that coconut
oil works best for my skin because I have kind of combination skin. It can be dry sometimes, oily sometimes. But it doesn’t break me out. It’s kind of a one in all type of remedy. I have used olive oil in the past and I don’t think it works
as well as coconut oil, but there have been
times when I just wanted to wash everything off my face, I’ve gone into my friend’s
kitchen, taken some olive oil and did basically the same thing that I do with coconut oil, so that
is an alternative option. – I kind of just go all out. A lot of times I’m just
really tired at night, so I just kind of throw it on my face, so I’m gonna do the same thing I would do if I was at home in my own company, no one judging me. When you’re tired and you’re young and you don’t really plan things like me, this is the best way to go. So you can kind of see
how that just came off the bottom part of my face. And I’m all clean. – My favorite makeup remover
is the Garnier Skinactive Micellar Cleansing Water all in one. And I like the one that
is for sensitive skin and removes even waterproof mascara. It says no rinsing, I rinse anyways because that’s what I do. I’m not putting this on my face and leaving it on my face. But it’s not like water water, it’s like a juicy oily silky water. The best example to show
the efficacy of this is to show you how I
remove this dark lipstick. It’s an ultra matte lip. It literally doesn’t
come off whether you eat, sweat, drink, whatever,
it’s not coming off. So, I’m gonna show you how
I take this lipstick off. Not even like scrubbing it. And this is a paper towel, seriously. You can see that it kind of
got on the rest of my face because if feels kind of oily. It feels like if you were using an oil to remove your makeup. But again, if you can’t
put oils on your face because you break out, this is amazing. You don’t need oil, you
just need this thing. That took less than like two seconds. It’s my favorite thing. So that’s the best ever makeup remover ever that I love. Let me know what you love in the comments below. We make these videos every week, so don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe. We’ll see you next time. Bye!

40 thoughts on “The Best Ever: Makeup Remover πŸ’„πŸ™ŒπŸ½

  1. I use the Ponds Cold Cream Cleanser & it's the best😩 Alissa Ashley has a video on it too. I've had that jar for months and have barely put a dent into it.

  2. Coconut oil is a girl's best friend really. I usually don't just wipe the oil off of my face. I usually wash it off with a very stripping cleanser like the Neutrogena acne wash because I am prone to clogged pores and breakouts so I don't like leaving any oil film on my face.

  3. I love the Garnier Sensitive Skin Micellar Water because I get clogged pores on my cheeks. It doesn’t have the oily feel of the original and it literally feels like you’re taking your makeup off with water and there is NO makeup residue after 😱. I love it!

  4. I use Spectrum coconut oil and a hot wash cloth (organic baby wash clothes) every night. My favorite wipe to have around when I'm lazy though are the "Off" wipes by NYX. They are no joke. Make-up comes off in one swipe.

  5. I use coconut oil to take off my makeup. Have been for years. My skin looks amazing! It has never clogged my pores.

  6. i love love love the banila co cleansing balm! it takes such a tiny amount to cleanse your entire face. ive had the same product for 10 months now, and i havent even hit the halfway mark.

  7. I use the garnier micellar water that's for sensitive skin. I don't rinse but I do use my pixie toner afterwards. The micellar water does not really remove my waterproof mascara so I use coconut oil for my eyes.
    Thanks for the video ladies!

  8. For me personally I switch between avocado and almond oil as a makeup remover. Then I wash my face with Yes to tomatoes charcoal cleanser.

  9. I personally use mineral oil, aka baby oil, and Shiseido facial cottons. It works wonders for me and breaks down all of my makeup and sunscreen!

  10. Im super sensitive and fair, so I use Simple make-up remover wipes to get the first layer off. Second I go in and use Proactiv 3 step kit. I have been using it since it was invented so YEARSSSSSS and NOTHING has worked better to help with breakouts. Might try the micellar water once though. I loved the way Nikki described it.

  11. I use the loreal micellar water to remove my makeup. It doesnt contain alcohol like the garnier one does. I love how gentle they are. πŸ™‚

  12. Cristina’s hair 😍😍😍 I use sweet almond oil to remove makeup and moisturize ❀️ I never have any issues except for waterproof mascara. I just have to work a little harder to remove it from my lashes πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

  13. I love the Banila Co. Clean it Zero oil cleanser. I use the one for sensitive skin (Purity) and it works really well. This is coming form someone who has extremely sensitive skin that can't even use most products because it'll break me out, give me a rash, whatever. (not even coconut oil is safe, I'm allergic) It removes things really easily and works great as a cleanser if you're just having one of those days and don't want to bother with all the motions of face cleansing. Sometimes I use it as a makeup remover and cleanser all in one. For me it also helps with oil and pore control.

  14. I use Bioderma micellar water to remove makeup. Then follow up with their cleansing foaming face wash. It's gentle and removes everything quickly.

  15. Have you tried Albolene? Albolene for one is oil based so you don't have to worry about battling it out with your wipe and the moisturizer! And it works really good on darker skin – leaving you with a glow when you take it off. It's great for those of us that like to put in a few layers on makeup or who wear performance/ stage makeup, but don't worry its also good for everyday wear! https://www.albolene.com/about/

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