So you’ve gone out for a night on the town and you just had to try out your new red lip. The only problem, though, is that now you’ve managed to get it on the sleeve of your favorite top. Have no fear, because a little hairspray will take the stain right out (even if it’s not red)– thank goodness!
2. Liquid Makeup
Liquid makeup – sounds like the perfect idea until it manages to leak over, well, everything. If this happens, grab your nearest shaving cream and washcloth and gently rub the damaged surface. It works like magic!
You know those times when you think it’s a good idea to take your bronzer to go? You may need it for a bathroom touch-up, so you throw it in your purse just in case. Well, the bronzer has managed to open itself (ugh!) and now you have crumbled up, powdery bits floating around. Don’t freak out – your purse isn’t ruined. Take a damp, makeup removing wipe and go to town. Problem solved.
What may seem like the most noticeable stain – eyeliner – is actually one of the easiest to remove. Prep the spot with a basic, prewash stain remover and throw your garment in the wash. It should come out with no hassle.
Uh-oh. Your mascara somehow made a giant leap from your hand to your blouse. It was probably that dang hand moisturizer that made it slip. Deep breaths. Dawn or Ajax dishwashing liquid and a little bit of water will act like an eraser and take the mark right out.
Your eyeshadow has now made an unfortunate “shadow” on your favorite dress. What now? For best results use baby shampoo, although regular shampoo will work too, and lukewarm water. The eyeshadow doesn’t stand a chance.