Disappearing Act

Our editors rock bright lips and bold eyes by day—here’s how they take it all off at night

The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover

“My eyes are really sensitive so I need something super gentle. One swipe of a saturated cotton pad gets rid of all mascara and eye makeup without leaving my skin greasy.” –Jane Larkworthy, Beauty Director

Klorane Soothing Eye Make-Up Remover with Cornflower Water, $19;


“The French one!” –Karla Martinez, Fashion Market and Accessories Director

Bioderma Crealine H2O, $18;


“I rarely wash my face, so these wipes are the perfect way to remove any makeup at night. And the best part is they never leave my skin feeling tight and dry.” –Vanessa Lawrence, Features Writer Neutrogena Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelettes, $6.50;


“It takes mascara off cleanly and quickly.” –Kirsten Schmitt, Research Chief

The Body Shop Camomile Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover, $15.50;


“It cleanses and removes makeup at the same time, and makes my skin feel soft and fresh.” –Ashley Consiglio, Associate Bookings Editor

Neutrogena Naturals Fresh Cleansing + Makeup Remover, $7.50;


“I have yet to encounter a waterproof eye product that this solution couldn’t handle with a few swipes—can’t say that for any other remover I’ve tried.” –Katie Becker, Beauty Editor

Clinique Take Off the Day Makeup Remover for Lids, Lashes & Lips, $18;


“I usually just wear mascara and liquid liner, and there’s nothing I hate more than scrubbing my eyelids off trying to remove all of it. This stuff takes it all off in just one or two swipes!” –Sarah Kalagvano, Associate Photo Editor

Lancôme Bi-Facial Double-Action Eye Makeup Remover, $28;