Different clowns recommend different methods of removing makeup, but the basic method is the same. The first thing you need is some kind of agent that will help you to simply wipe away the face paint. You might not need to buy anything special for this; it's likely that you can find what you need in your own cabinets. In fact, it might be in your cooking cabinets!
How to Remove Clown Makeup
So I'm using just regular makeup remover wipes. I like to use them because they have vitamin E in them, and some of them even have vitamin C or D, so that's just good for your skin. Oil Base Grease paint is a little bit hard to take off, so I use the assistance of baby oil. A
ny oil base will do - you can use coconut oil, olive oil, depending on how greasy you want your skin to be after. But baby oil seems to work pretty well and it doesn't leave me with blemishes.
Warm water really helps with this as well. If you find that you don't have access to an oil based remover, most makeup removers do contain a little bit of oil. When you get to the end of taking it all off, you'll wash your face with warm water, and then close your pores with cold water. You'll finish with cold water so that the pores don't remain open and gather dirst and dust. After removing all of your clown makeup, wash your face with a little bit of warm water and soap and finish off with cold water.
Best Ways to Remove Clown Makeup
Baby oil - Because it is oil, it attaches to the face paint, and because it is designed for babies, it is not harsh for the skin. Baby oil can easily be purchased from anywhere, and it's also inexpensive. Simply massage baby oil into the skin, using slow, circular movement. Grab a warm, wet washcloth and gently wipe away the makeup. Then, wash off the excess with a facial cleanser and pat dry.
The second step toward removing a clown makeup is to wash your face. Use a product that is gentle on the skin but clears away the remaining oil and grease makeup so that it doesn't clog your pores. Remember the inside of your ears and back of your neck!
Facial cleanser - Use a facial cleanser that's designed for your skin type. You can usually find these are your local drug store, or anywhere beauty supplies and makeup are sold. For example, for someone with dry skin, we recommend you use a facial cleanser that's designed for dry skin. Same goes for those with oily skin - there are oil free and acne prone skin facial cleansers that are targeted for that type of skin.