Hair conditioner used as makeup remover
I used to wear makeup every day when I went to work in an office, plus heels and huge Pat Butcher earrings. I don’t wear any of those much now. The most I wear in the makeup line is a slick of tinted moisturiser, a teeny bit of eye shadow and a little mascara and neutral lipstick.
Yesterday, I wore the shadow, lipstick and mascara. Lipstick is no problem to remove at bedtime, it’s already worn off hours ago. The mascara is still there and needs removing. However, because I don’t often wear it, I had run out of remover some time ago and hadn’t bothered to replace it yet.
I had read somewhere that hair conditioner can be used to remove makeup and I had plenty of that, so I thought I’d give it a go. I put a pea sized blob on a cotton wool pad, and it worked perfectly. I was a little cautious about using it in the eye area, but it was fine. No stinging or itching at all
Asda Smartprice conditioner is 24p for 500ml, and would last for absolutely ages used as a makeup remover.
Anyone else used it? Or any other non-commercial remover?
Take care of your family and your budget
Before putting together the meal planners, Lesley surveyed what was needed. Of the existing 14 budget meal plans, most are cheap meals for 2 people so can be sized up or down. Others are cheap family meals for 4 people, or meals for one