Look, women are pretty much cosmetic MacGyvers. We can turn paper clips into bobby pins, lipstick into blush and body lotion into hair gel. We know the tricks of the trade when it comes to saving on overpriced beauty items and getting crafty with what is in our medicine cabinets right now.
To add to the never-ending list of beauty secrets, beauty blogger Maria Yeager of @mariaybeauty discovered that you can use gel shaving cream to remove makeup. You know, if that whole soap and water thing ain't working out anymore.
So I decided to give it a try to the Shaving Gel to take off my makeup 😂 and guess what 😁 worked out pretty good . What do you guys think about this ?? 😁😁 #lashes #hudabeauty #brian_champagne #anastasiabeverlyhills #anastasiabrows #makeupartist #fashion #morphebrushes #wakeupandmakeup #makeupfanatic1 #glamvids #liveglam #wakeupandmakeup #allmodernmakeup #vegas_nay #fiercesociety #mua #discover_muas #inssta_makeup #makegirlz #makeuptutorials0x #makeupslaves #fashionarttut @glamvids @liveglam.co @1minutemakeup @makeup_clips @allmodernmakeup @makeupviddeoss @makegirlz #lips #brows @hudabeauty @makeuptutorialsx0x
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She even smears that foamy goodness all over her eyelids, and with a little elbow grease, everything came right off. Of course you are going to have to walk around smelling like a can of shaving cream for a bit, but there are worse things in the world than smelling like a well-groomed dude.
Watch out, gendered toiletries—we're coming for ya. Just wait until men find out that we have been using their razors for years because they're cheaper and more effective.