Last weekend I went to drool over Otherwise in concert you know, because Adrian Patrick, dude…..! Obsessed much?
Anyway, I packed up what I needed for the weekend and of course, I had my trusty Sephora Eye Makeup Remover. Typically it’s the first thing I pack because I have visions of myself in black eyeliner and having no way to remove it while at a hotel that only has small bars of soap that could possibly get stuck in your nooks and crannies when washing with them.
So yeah, I pack eye makeup remover first.
I packed up my bag and was quite pleased and happy with myself. I was not happy early into the next morning upon getting back to my room and realizing I forgot to pack facial cotton. It was late when I got back to my room and I was tired so I had to sit there with a piece of harsh toilet paper dosed with makeup remover to get my eye makeup off. Seriously, toilet paper and eye makeup remover are NOT a match made in heaven. It just doesn’t work.
Now if only Bourjois Express Eye Make Up Remover was readily available in the US….sigh! I surely miss Bourjois at Ulta and Sephora. But you can easily grab up Bourjois Express Eye Make Up Remover at ASOS.com at the least and I’d say grabbing two or three bottles (it’s under $10 bucks a bottle) is well worth the hauling!
Benefit They’re Real! Remover is what Benefit Cosmetics calls a strip down waterproof eye makeup remover. If you use Benefit They’re Real Mascara I imagine you’ll automatically want to snatch this one up as a fan of the mascara.
I actually had to grab my own tube of They’re Real and see how hard it was to remove the mascara to warrant it’s own eye makeup remover. Actually, it is kinda tough to remove! How did I never realize that? Eh! Even with an oil based remover I noticed I had to swipe a good deal to get all the mascara off my lashes.
Never the less this was a good excuse to check out Benefit They’re Real! Remover and see how well it performed at removing not only They’re Real Mascara but any mascara and eyeshadow combo!
Oh I can sing to the heavens about the wonders of Lancome Bi Facil Eye Makeup Remover. I can also cry to them about the insane price. Ouch…!
I haven’t indulged in Bi Facil in a very long time because I somehow become the frugal gourmet when it comes to dishing near $30 on eye makeup remover! Funny as I don’t mind spending a million dollars on a single lipstick or blush but tell me that my eye makeup remover is going to cost $28 and I cringe.