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Your face wash isn't always enough.
Aside from wearing sunscreen every day, the best beauty tip in existence is to always remove your makeup before bed. It's not always the most convenient step, especially when you're so tired all you want to do is pass out, but taking
You've probably been doing it the wrong way!
At first glance, cleansing oils don't look like they're easy to use. It is an oil after all, and one would typically associate that with not just being greasy but being an absolute pain to remove. Perhaps that's why many tend to
Just add water.
Just because we physically can't make our pores smaller doesn't mean we should stop trying! If anything, we should work even harder to keep them clean—because spoiler: That's one of the very few ways to make them less visible. To get your
It's moisturizing, too!
What It Is: Chanel Le Lait Anti-Pollution Cleansing Milk-to-OilLe Lait is a part of Chanel's new line of cleansers that promise to break down makeup, skincare, and pollution particles. For further protection, it’s infused with blue micro-algae that shields skin cells from
Or shall we say triple cleanse?
It's been a long time coming, but it's here—Laureen Uy has officially dropped her skincare routine! She filmed her entire night time regimen, including her incredibly thorough cleansing method. Not only that, she also shared some of her holy grail purchases that
It's important to know if your facial wash is acidic or alkaline.
Cleansers are the foundation of any skincare regimen. Using the wrong one can affect how other products work on your complexion, which is why knowing your cleanser's pH level is important. To learn more about acidity and alkalinity in facial washes, we
Our dynamic cleansing duos, revealed.
Healthy skin starts with clean skin, both of which you can achieve with a good cleansing routine. The K-beauty world is especially a fan of double cleansing, in which your average cleansing routine is split into two steps: one for removing makeup,
Let your selfies serve as its last reminder.
The concept of using glitter is irksome to most for a reason: they can be a pain to remove. Wear it once and you might have tiny dots of shine on your skin for at least a week...unless, of course, you know
For a clean sweep!
Every makeup look you wear has one thing in common—at the end of the day, you have to remove it. Below, we share our methods of choice for reviving that clean slate:1. Everyday makeupUse: Cleansing milkWith or without water, this two-way remover
Drop those wet wipes.
Cleansing oils are nothing short of skin saviors. They make removing our makeup so easy, saving us the extra time to catch up on sleep or our favorite shows. But since we've already talked about how and why you should use them, here's
Makeup artists react to the news, and weigh in on their favorites.
It's official—all Shu Uemura counters and boutiques in the Philippines will be gone by April. And as expected, the news brought sadness to many who adore Shu's products, including makeup artists who began their careers with the brand.Xeng Zulueta, chief makeup artist