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How Make DIY Makeup Remover Wipes

Wearing make up is routine of working women and its part of preparation for parties and weddings etc. At the end makeup removing is also necessary to avoid any side effects. We mostly wash face to remove makeup, but do you know it leaves makeup residue on face around eyes and hair lines etc? Our budget does not allow us to buy makeup remover from shop. Here we are giving you instructions how you can make DIY makeup remover wipes without any difficulty. Now say good bye to shop bought wipes and make your own.

Material You Need

Paper towel roll 1
Sharp knife
Water 2 cups
A dash of baby wash
A container for wipes

Instructions

Step 1

Measure the length of container and paper towel then cut paper towel according to length of container.

Step 2

Mix baby wash in water.

Step 3

Place the towel roll in container and assured it fits because it would be difficult to cut paper towel once it gets wet.

Step 4

Take out paper towel from container and add 1 cup mixed solution water. Place paper towel again in container and pour remaining water. Once solution is absorbed, remove cardboard center.

Finally your wipes are ready now using them to remove your makeup. It takes less then 10 minutes in whole process. Make sure you remove makeup completely from face, eyes, lips etc so you do not feel any irritation.

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BLESSO WHITENING DAILY FACIAL CLEANSER AND MAKEUP REMOVER

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ADIDAS PURE SKIN FACE SCRUB

Important Note: The articles presented are provided by third party authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Saloni™ Health and Beauty Supply. They should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis. Consult with your physician prior to following any suggestions provided.

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