Kiss Me • Heroine Make - Mascara Remover • Eye Makeup Remover
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Brown
I got this mascara remover with the Heroine Make mascara. It came as a promo pack. I also tried their eye makeup remover that comes in a bottle but I prefer this one. I actually only wear eyeliner and mascara on a daily basis, so a mascara remover is perfect for me because it gets both off.
I really enjoy this product because of the wand. It's basically a mascara wand but instead of bristles it has grooves so it's really good at coating your eyelashes with makeup remover. This is the first step I take when starting my makeup removal - I apply it to my lashes and allow it to melt away my mascara while I remove the makeup on the rest of my face. Then I gently hold a cotton pad to my eyes and slide the mascara off. It takes about 2-3 swipes to get everything off and it works really well.
I don't have easy access to this product where I live so I found a sneaky solution. Once the tube is finished, I refill it with my Shu Uemura cleansing oil and its just as good. To do this, just pull the stopper out, wipe the inside clean if necessary, refill, and put it all back together. In fact, you can probably use a regular empty/clean mascara tube and fill it up with a good makeup cleanser the same way to make a DIY version of this product.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is the product that would put my mind to ease. I always have a strange idea that my mascara is never thoroughly removed, though it's probably just my imagination. So, with the comb-like wand, I'm assured that each of my lashes are coated with the make-up remover. Apply the remover on mascara, remove the rest of the make up from your face and wipe-off the remover off from your eyes at the last step. Ta-da! All is gone, perfect for waterproof mascara!
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I tried this remover in Japan. While it works as described, it's not easy to take off eyeliner and mascara if you wear both because this wand is specially designed for removing just the mascara. The only advantage is if you are traveling and do not want to bring a bottle of liquid makeup remover.
Otherwise I found it much easier to just use a liquid eye makeup remover. Heroine Make actually sells a good liquid eye makeup remover in Japan. But since I live in the U.S. I have found several good American eye makeup removers that removes Heroine Make mascara (Sonia K at Target and American Beauty at Kohl's). Since those are much easier to find in the U.S. and does a great job of removing waterproof mascara, I don't think it's worth the extra money to buy this remover which costs at least 2x more here than in Japan.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It removes all my (very) waterproof mascaras. It's a lifesaver for my lashes!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I have both the Kiss Me Heroine Make Long & Curl, and the Make Long & Volume. I have rather short lashes that stubbornly grow straight out with no (I mean zero) curl, and found (like so many other short-and-straight-llashed MUA-ers) that the Kiss Me mascaras are nothing short of a miracle product, allowing any curl produced from a eyelash-curler (love the Shu Uemura curler) to actually stay all-freaking-day! Yup, it's HG stuff alright! The drawback? It is next to impossible to get off! I used every kind of remover, including soaking my mascara-clad lashes in olive oil. The best I could do was use the olive oil, and then continue to try and get the mascara off for the next 10 minutes, give-up and go to bed, wake up the next morning with racoon-eyes, and repeat procedure just in time to put mascara on again. This resulted in me only using my HG product for special occasions.
Then I got a hold of the Kiss Me Mascara Remover. It. Is. Worth. It. The remover comes with a funny cylindrical wand with ridges indented in it (not unlike a honey wand). You just apply it over your mascara (like you would apply actual mascara), wait a few minutes (go brush your teeth or something), then take some kleenex or cotton pad and wipe the stuff off. BOOM! No more scrubbing, pulling out precious lashes, or racoon-eyes! I finally am not afraid of my favourite mascara anymore!
The only downer is that this is not always easy to get your hands on. If you live in North America (or at least Canada), you basically have to get it through ebay. Last year I couldn't find it for awhile, but as of May 2012, it's readily available there for around $10 and up.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is absolutely the only product that will remove Heroine Make mascara or the Majolica Majorca mascara. The instructions says to leave it on for 3 minutes, but that doesn't work. You have to leave it on for 15 minutes and then gently rub it with your index finger and thumb.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
removes the most stubborn mascara. doesn't drip into the eyes when applied.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
I read about this on MUA and as much as I love my trusty Neutrogena remover I wanted something to remove my mascara without having to hold cotton pads on my eyes for a few minutes, especially when I'm dead tired. I just swipe this stuff on, brush my teeth, and then wipe off along with the rest of my makeup. Simple and easy. This removes every trace of my waterproof Voluminous (notorious for being extremely stubborn) and leaves my eye area soft and grease-free. The applicator is two-sided; the longer teeth I use on the upper lashes and shorter teeth for the bottom. The formula itself is like a light oil, kind of like the Shu oil cleansers. The packaging is very travel friendly and spill-proof. I will definitely get more when I'm through with my current tubes. Available off a site called bobodave.com.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got this mascara remover in a bundle along with Kiss Me Heroine Make mascara. Very easy to use, just brush it onto your lashes, wait about three minutes and wipe off with a cotton pad. The mascara comes off straight away! The remover doesn't drip when you have it on your lashes. I wipe the comb clean after use as I am afraid of contaminating the tube of mascara remover.
I won't buy this product again not because it isn't good, but my regular eye makeup remover does a great job and there is no need for me to get it. If you have any problems removing mascara, get this as it works like a charm.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is quite a good product! I ordered online from Sasa.com because I had purchased the Heroine Make mascara, and all of the reviews online had made it seem like the mascara would need paint thinner to remove - haha! - so I was prepared.
As others have mentioned, this comes in a mascara-style container with a plastic comb wand. You comb it into your lashes as you would mascara, leave it for a bit (for me, I left it for about 30 seconds), and then gently wipe it away with a tissue.
I give it kudos for the convenience and efficacy. It's not too oily, and it acts fast.
I did take off a lippie because I imagine that the comb will potentially get mascara all over it, and after some point, the product inside will be full of mascara, thus making it not work as well. Does anyone have this problem?
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Other, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
This is a very cheap and very effective Japanese drugstore brand mascara remover. It is meant to be used in conjunction with Heroine Make mascaras, which are very pigmented and waterproof, but it can essentially be used with any mascara. You swipe it on your lashes, wait a few minutes, and remove the mascara with a cotton pad. I also use it for the surrounding eye makeup and for correcting eye makeup mistakes. It is very convenient.
Packaging: It comes in a mascara tube. The applicator is a stick with light ridges on the end, but I think it would it would be better if the applicator was more like mascara applicators so that I can really brush the product through my lashes. Retails for roughly $10 USD for 6g. I will repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
My sister and I stock up on these when we go to places that sell them. I know they sell these in the store named Sasa in Hong Kong. They sell the Heroine make mascaras there too. This is a very good mascara remover. You apply this prior to taking off your make up and leave it on for a minute or so to help remove the mascara. Because many of the Japanese/Korean mascaras are so difficult to remove due to the extreme WP-ness, this mascara remover comes in handy. It even works for regular WP mascaras as well. It's just an extra step prior to removing the face makeup so you don't need to sit there waiting with the cotton pad over your eye. Overall, this is a very good mascara remover and will definitely repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is my all time favorite Mascara Remover. I am currently using Japanese / Korean Mascaras which are very heavy and well waterproofed compare to other American Brands. It is very hard to remove even with water but when I discovered this, it was such a big help. Before, mascaras are very hard to take off after use, but with the help of this, just with one swipe, everything was taken off easily. My lashes are still full and healthy, even though I use mascaras everytime I go out. It is a complete must for me. I can't live without mascaras. With a big thanks to this Mascara Remover, I can still have beautiful and healthy eyelashes! :D
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
One word: WOW. This removes the toughest of mascaras without ripping out your lashes - this includes the densely pigmented, impossible to remove Japanese mascaras. It comes in a mascara like tube with a plastic comb like applicator. Leave on for 2-3 minutes and tissue off. I saturated my lashes with this, using the wider comb under my lashes, then the narrower comb on the top side. I have used this with Fasio and MM and it works like a charm.
I got it for ~$20-30 in an Asian mall but I'm pretty sure you can find it online for cheaper.