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#BEAUTY | Nouveau Lashes lash and lid foam cleanser - BEFORE AND AFTER

Merhaba everyone <3

If there is any advise I have been given from the women in my life, its always to look after the skin under your eyes and the décolletage. I suppose careful care can prevent ageing and keep the skin baby smooth. Nouveau lashes has launched a new product called the Lash and Lid foaming cleanser. As an avid user of their makeup remover, I was over the moon when they brought this to the market :) not only does it remove mascara and eye makeup but it can also be used to remove strip lashes! How cool is that?! It makes the whole idea of wearing falsies much more appealing.


Its a very straight forward product to use, all you need to do is pump it on to the back of your hand; or if you are a rebel then straight on to your face ^_^ when you pump the cleanser it will come out foam form. Then simply massage the product on to your eye lids and lashes, I also used it for my  face makeup. I used the little brush at first but I did find it a little bit easier to use my fingers as it was easier to control and massage.


I found it to be very soft on my skin and actually hydrating :) I'm going to add a before and after as it got off my mascara and eyeshadow which is dark in colour so well and that's the only product I used. I didn't have to scrub my eyes rotten to get it off!  I'm glad I don't have to tug at my eyes, especially the delicate under eye area.

I actually prefer it to the other makeup remover from their range, even though its really good - I'm not saying I don't like it at all, I just prefer the consistency of this one :) and I think that its so good that a brand caters for their target base and always brings out new products that top the ones that come before.






XOXO


** PR Sample - all opinions are my own and honest **







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