Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Absolutely gotta share this info!!

Okay now anyone who has ever worn eyeliner knows that it's awful to get off. It usually takes a few washes & then soap in the eye & then ya still gotta wipe with a tissue for a few right? Honestly I usually wait til the end of the day to take my eye-liner off because it's faded soo much it's easy then. WELL NO MORE OF THAT NONESENSE!!! =)


Image via here at the Body Shop: Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover

I don't really do product reviews in my blog but I got to for this product. I finally used some of the stuff Danielle gave me in The Body Shop goodie bag she got me and Wow. I'm absolutely overwhelmed with shock about awesome this product is. It works. Like It says it will take your make up off and BAM! It actually does it. It's The Body Shop Store's Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover. The Body Shop is like one of those retail stores that I'm pretty sure is in like every mall to compete against Bath & Body Works.

Well now I'm a real simple make-up girl. I got the eye-liner on the top lid, a lil liquid foundation, a roll-on eye shadow (It really saves time in the morning), mascara, and maybe some lip gloss if i remember. I don't really have a gothic style but the eye-liner is a must have make-up for me. But yeah it's a bitch to take off. This product took it right off with like a lil dab here and there. I used so little and it just came off on my the tissue. AND it's only $14.50. That's not that bad, but I have a feeling I'm going to have it a long while because it's a pretty big tube and I used soo little. So it pays off in the long run.

Here's the specs of the product via The Body Shop website:Camomile Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover

Best if you want to: Gently yet effectively remove all traces of your waterproof and long-lasting makeup and mascara with a mild, fragrance-and dye-free lotion.

How it works:

■Organic Community Trade camomile water, known for its calming benefits, cools and soothes skin.
■Allantoin soothes skin and conditions lashes.
■Sorbitol, a naturally occurring ingredient found in many fruits, helps skin retain moisture, leaving it smooth and supple.


I love it!! I whole-heartedly recommend it. Also it doesn't take away eyelashes. Sometimes from rubbing off the make-up you may lose one or two. *Make a wish.* I owe this to Danielle because she got me some. I'm so grateful!

No more Racoon eyes for me. I usually look like some sort of human badger or racoon by the time I go to bed. hehe.


I'm not a big Ellen fan, but this is by far the funniest thing ever from that commercial with her a few years ago. hehehe. It always makes me laugh!!

On another note: I went to the Free Resume Class tonight at my library & learned soo much. I'm absolutely exhausted tho. I'm going to organize my notes and write a blog with some of the tips I learned for tomorrow!! It's been a very very long day. My clean eye-lids are closing. lol. Nighty Night.

"Nox Nostra Est"(Latin) - The night is ours.

6 comments:

Rachel Follett said...

This sounds like such a great product. I stopped wearing waterproof mascara because I could never get it off. Maybe I will start again. Thanks!

beckyxoxo said...

argghh that ellen pic is hilarious . lol .

Pixel Wild Child said...

Very funny the comparison with the Racoon! I have never thought about it ;O)
I love Bodyshop and shop there often... I will have to give a try to this product!

Barry said...

I never knew Ellen had stripes. Or is she the one on the left? Ha ha!

DesBisoux said...

wow! i'm on a perpetual quest for THE perfect mascara remover! right now i have lancome one that's awesome but quite expensive. i will sure try that one!
thanks!x

Jennifer Fabulous said...

I hate taking off makeup too! Just because of that, I always tend to wear as little makeup as possible (just eyeliner and foundation and lipstick). But still, so frustrating to get off...sigh. I will definitely have to try out this makeup remover, especially if its brilliant at removing eye liner. :)

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