Get Rid Of Makeup Stains On Your Clothes!

 

Anyone who wears makeup has more or less experienced the staining of your clothes with makeup, and it always happens when you're in a rush! 
Most makeup is removable from the clothing with the right cleaning materials and patience. Today we'll be sharing some tips on how to remove makeup from your clothes! 


Nail Polish
• Soak a towel with acetone-based nail polish remover and rub the stain clean
• Wash clothing
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Lipstick
• If the stain is fresh, blot the stain to remove as much excess lipstick as possible
• Put a few drops of water over the stain
• Put a drop of dishwashing liquid on it and gently rub it in, let sit for 10 minutes
• Rub the stain in a circular motion using a soft cloth and rinse as usual
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Powdered Makeup
• Blow away excess powder by mouth or a hairdryer
• Add a few drops of dishwashing soap to the stain
• Wipe with a damp sponge or washcloth
• Blot with a clean, dry towel to get the excess water out
• Wash clothing
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Oil-Based Liquid Foundation
• Dampen the stained area with a little cool water
• Pour drops of dishwashing soap on the stain and let it sit for a few minutes
• Rub it in with your fingers, damp cloth or a soft-bristled toothbrush
• Blot the area with a clean, dry towel. Don’t rub it in as it will smear
• Rinse with cool water
• Wash clothing
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Oil-Free Liquid Foundation
• Cover the stain with any type of foam shaving cream (not gel type)
• Let sit for 2 - 3 minutes
• Rub the cream into the stain
• If the stain is stubborn, use rubbing alcohol
• Rinse with cold water as hot water may cause the stain to set
• If necessary, repeat with warm water as it may help the shaving cream to break down any stubborn makeup
• Blot with a dry towel
• Wash clothing
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Additional tips 
• If you are worried the cleaning material may damage your clothing, do a patch test first at an inconspicuous area
• It's easier to remove makeup stains when it's fresh rather than letting it stay for a while
• Read the instructions on how to wash your clothes properly (hand-wash, no tumble dry, etc.)
• If you have to repeat the steps more than three times, take it to the dry cleaners
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We hope these tips help!


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