Sierra Furtado's Beauty Tip Isn't the Only Makeup-Removal Hack Saving Our Faces

At the end of a long day, the last thing you want to worry about is the 15 minutes you need to set aside for washing every last bit of makeup off your face.

With this beauty tip from Sierra Furtado, plus a few more we found, removing your makeup will be a cinch. Your face is about to feel as free and clean as it's ever been!

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1. Keep Makeup Removal Wipes Handy

Have some makeup removal wipes waiting for you on your bedside table, as Sierra suggests. You'll have no excuse to not remove your makeup when these cleansing aids are within arms reach.


2. Use Coconut Oil

Not only does coconut oil remove even the toughest makeup products like waterproof mascara, it will also help moisturize your face. Certainly a win-win situation by everyone's standards.

Coconuts and coconut oil

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3. Make a Baking Soda and Honey Paste

Combine a little bit of baking soda and honey onto a wash cloth to create this makeup remover. It doubles as an exfoliator, too—bonus!

Honey and baking soda

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4. Use Lotion in Place of Makeup Remover

So you don't have makeup remover and you don't plan on buying it, you can use non-scented lotion to take off your makeup. Just be careful to not get it in your eyes!

Lotion in a clear container

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5. Let Your Shower Do the Work

When all else fails, leave some face wash in your shower and use it whenever you bathe. It's the easiest trick in the book.

Shower head with running water

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Because it's still summer and the sun's ablaze, we bet you've gotten a few sunburns that could use some treatment. Sierra also gave us a stellar piece of advice on how to soothe your burn HERE.