Is this good for correcting makeup mistakes?
I'm looking for a product, not to fully remove my eye makeup, but to remove that oops mistake easily, so I can go back in and redo that makeup, or remove excess. Has anyone used this product for that purpose? The product description states it is good for that, but I want to hear from people who have actually used it for that purpose and hear about their experiences with it.
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
on Rinse-Off Eye Makeup Solvent
I had tried to use it for mistakes but it didnt really work for me. It worked for mascara mistakes though. Its still a great product !
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I would say yes... since it is not oily, you could just dab a Q-Tip in the bottle and fix any mistake. I use it for this when the mascara gets on my eyelid.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
Absoluetely! Just a bit on a Q-Tip and correct away.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
I use it for this purpose all the time. I put a Q-tip in the bottle and then run it around the top rim to get excess off. Then fix the oops!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
(Fort Walton Beach, FL)
I use the big bottles for removing makeup completely. But then I also get a small sample bottle & keep it in my makeup bag for correcting mistakes. I get so stressed when I get mascara on my eyelid. With this product, I just dip a q-tip in the solution and it gets rid of the mascara in one swipe! It doesn't smear or make a mess. And then I apply just a little more eyeshadow (if I was already wearing some) over that spot. And voila!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
yes I think so with a Q-tip for make-up mistakes. but when I'm taking off my make-up for the night I normally use a cotton ball.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
Since it's not oily, you use this product to fix eye make-up mistakes without having to take-off all your make-up.
This is quite runny and powerful for the most part. It usually takes all or several layers off at once so if you are looking for something to just remove the top layer say of a shadow, this is not it. If you need to just take a smudge off, then I would use a Q-tip with this and you should be fine.
I don't believe so
I use it for correcting mistakes with pretty good success. I take a q-tip and dip it in, erase the mistake, then dip the other side of the q-tip in water and rinse the spot off. This way you can correct a really small area. I would let it totally dry or use some base/primer before reapplying though, makeup tends not to stick right away. I hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)