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Sometimes our eyelids, which has the most sensitive skin on our body, becomes irritated and worn out due to the chemical substance pressure. This irritation, generally soothes away once we stop the application of such chemical substances. You can try using the alternate products for the substitute.

Are your eyelids frequently red, itchy, or even infected? A simple change of eye makeup products should clear things up. Here's the lineup of potential troublemakers, as well as the cosmetics substitutes that should prevent future problems.

 

 

THE OFFENDER THE PROBLEM THE FIX
Dark eye shadow Higher concentrations of eye-irritating pigments Light, neutral colors such as tan or cream
Frosted eye shadow Large, light-reflective particles that can flake into eyes Matte ( nonshimmery) finishes
Colored mascara More irritating color pigments than in black Basic black
Waterproof mascara Heavy-duty makeup removers needed to take it off "Smudge-proof" mascaras: They are waer-resistant, but are easily removed with regular cleanser and water.
Lengthening or thickening mascara Rayon or nylon fibres that can clump and flake into eyes Basic mascara that doesn't promise to lenghten or thicken lashes. Apply it only on lash tips to further reduces flaking into eyes.
Liquid eyeliner Waterproof base, which requires an alcohol-based remover to take it off Pencil eyeliners: They come off easier and because the points can be sharpened, fewer bacteria accumulate.
Latex sponge The rough surface (which can drag on delicate skin) and the potential for latex allergies A soft, sable brush. Test the softness first on your palm before using it on the more sensitive eye area.
Wet nail polish Chemicals in many polishes that, when wet, can irritate eyes Wait until the polish is dry before applying makeup or putting your hands near your eyes. Once dry, it may o longer cause the allergic reaction.

 



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