> Scorpio you'll hate the Aussie scrunch spray because
> it does have the typical smell. LOL
> I don't have the eye problem you have but my sister
> does something aweful. She has extremely sensitive
> eyes and she just developed that within about the
> last 10 years or so.
> She can barely use anything on her eyes. The only
> eye make-up removers she can use is the Maybelline
> with the blue lid or baby oil. She can't use any
> cleansers right over her eyes. There are very few
> eyeliners or mascaras she can use. I know she can
> use Avon liners but only the ones that are self
> sharpening. Her mascara of choice is Korres because
> it's one of the few she can use. She recently
> discovered she cannot use any eyeshadows in the
> plum/aubergine family.
> If she deviates and tries something different, her
> eyes will water like crazy. Queen
> Formerly Shoppedtomuch
I told you we were just like sisters! :^O
Um, yeah, no Aussie for me, thanks. ;-)
I really do think my eyes have gotten more sensitive over the years. It used to be just a couple of things that would irritate my eyes (sunscreen with chemicals for one), but I do think it's getting worse. I had been using baby oil gel and baby wipes to remove my eye makeup, but got a jar of Almay non-oily eye makeup removers a few weeks ago. I used to really like those, but I wonder now if that has something to do with it.
Eyeshadows in the plum/aubergine family - I wonder if that would have something to do with red dye? I don't use those colors, so I don't know about that.
I have some Avon pencils, but not the self sharpening kind. I'll have to look into those and the Korres mascara.
Until I'm able to retire (still a ways to go....) I just can't see myself not wearing eye makeup. I guess I'll just have to spend the rest of my life blotting the corners and underneath my eyes if I don't find some relief!
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