字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 How to Remove Makeup. We know, we know: after a long night out, the last thing you feel like doing is removing your makeup. But your skin needs the night to end too... You will need Eye makeup remover Makeup remover Facial cleanser Cotton pads Warm water A towel A natural, alcohol-free toner And a non-comedogenic moisturizer and oil-based eye makeup remover (optional) (optional). Step 1. Moisten a cotton pad with eye makeup remover and, with your eyes closed, rub your upper eyelids from top to bottom, removing eye shadow and mascara. Repeat until no makeup residue appears on the pad. If you use waterproof mascara, you'll need an oil-based eye makeup remover. Step 2. Open your eyes and give your lower eyelids a few upward strokes until the mascara and liner are removed. Be gentle. You don't want to stretch your skin or get makeup or makeup remover in your eye. Step 3. Moisten a cotton pad with makeup remover and wipe them, starting from the outer corners and working your way in. Repeat until all lipstick is removed. Step 4. Using another cotton pad moistened with makeup remover, wipe any remaining makeup off your face. Make sure you clean the outer edges of your face, where makeup tends to collect. Step 5. Gently splash your face with warm water. Step 6. Use your hands to apply the facial cleanser, massaging it into a lather. Don't apply facial cleanser to the eye area--it might irritate the eyes and cause burning or tearing. Avoid regular soap, which can dry your skin. For oily or combination skin, use a mild foaming cleanser; for dry skin, use a cream cleanser. Step 7. Rinse your face with warm water until all the makeup and cleanser is removed. Pat your face dry with a clean, soft towel. Step 8. Apply an alcohol-free toner to restore natural pH levels to your face. Toner will also help remove any microscopic bits of makeup in your pores that the cleanser may have missed. Step 9. Apply moisturizer to your face and massage it into your skin. Ahhhhh... doesn't that feel good? Sweet dreams... Did you know Women in Elizabethan England used to spread egg whites over their faces for a glazed look.