Too Much Blush:
-take a cotton ball and wipe it in the same direction that you applied the blush to remove excess colour
-if there’s still too much, take a clean brush and lightly apply some powder the same colour as your skin to cover it up
-be careful not to rub or brush too hard when removing, as this will cause your skin to redden, emphasizing the blush even more
Too Much Eyeshadow:
-again, a cotton swab should do most of the dirty work, rub it in gentle circles over your whole eyelid
-next, rub a skin-coloured cream shadow over the whole lid, it will grease up the shadow and make it easier to wipe away with a clean cotton ball
-if the shadow is particularly loose, like glitter, use a piece of Scotch tape and press it gently to any areas gone astray, it will easily lift it off
Too Much Lipstick:
-first, blot with a tissue by pressing your lips against it, but don’t rub
-next, add some baby oil or Vaseline to a damp washcloth and gently rub your lips in a circular motion
-rinse the cloth and wipe the remaining colour and oil away with warm water and a mild facial cleanser, then rinse
There you have it! Crisis averted, fabulous and flawless face restored. Something every college girl should know.
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