Get ready to say, “Why didn’t I think of that??”
Are you on the gel manicure train? If so, you will agree that a two+ week manicure is nothing short of fantastic. What is NOT fantastic is the gel removal process. Until now! Fill each tub with acetone remover and secure to your fingertips, and voila! The polish will easily come off in about ten minutes. Nail Art Liquid Remover, $10
This foundation applicator Silisponge from Molly Cosmetics, $9.90, uses silicon rather than sponge. Brilliant, in that it is hygienic and infinitely reuseable.
These may look like normal Q-Tips at first glance, but not so. One of the two heads is sticky, which makes these a perfect tool for correcting makeup mishaps. Easily wipes off clumpy mascara and smudged lipstick. Sticky Cotton Swabs, $11
Blotting papers have been around for some time. In fact, Japanese geishas used similar papers centuries ago to keep their skin pristine and shine-free. These Tatcha Aburatorigami Japanese Beauty Papers, $12, are touted as the best by makeup artists, as they only remove oil, NOT makeup.
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