Eye Makeup Remover
The wait is over, The Body Shop Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover ($15.50, 5 oz) is now available. Praise the eye makeup remover gods! Finally the Body Shop has created a waterproof version of their popular Camomile Eye Makeup Remover.
We’re not worthy, we’re not worthy.
So when I heard the Body Shop was launching a new Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover I was all over it.
Here’s what I thought.
Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover ($15)
I recently purchased Mary Kay Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover as I was running low on eye makeup remover. I dunno how the hell I run through eye makeup remover so quickly but I blink and it is gone.
Since discovering True Dimensions Lipstick I’ve been throwing all my money at Mary Kay so I thought why not try their eye makeup remover could be good right?
Although I have plenty of favs I admit that Heroine Make Eye Makeup Remover tops my HG (holy grail) eye makeup remover list. So much so that I really wish it was something I could easily purchase in my local drugstore as going out of my way to stock up on it from Japan is such a chore sometimes.
Seriously, why can’t someone create a formula like this in our local drugstores?
I know, I know why am I reviewing Almay Longwear & Waterproof Gentle Eye Makeup Remover after last week’s fiasco with the Almay Eye Makeup Remover Pads right?
Well, I did purchase these together so I thought that lightening wouldn’t strike me twice. Thus I decided to try this formula in the hopes it would be better than the pads.
I’m unsure if Almay has every offered bottled eye makeup remover before. I honestly can say I don’t recall it and considering they have new displays popping up with a variety of eye makeup removers perhaps this in fact a new product. But feel free to correct me if isn’t as after all those pads were merely repackaged as I learned. Oh woe is me.
I recently picked up a little packet of Simple Eye Make Up Remover Pads and fell in love a little. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a brand that created little makeup remover pads just for your eyes. Granted, Almay and a variety of brands make a similar product but I thought it was rather novel that these were housed in a facial wipe style packaging with a quilted design!
Take a look!