I talked about how I clean my makeup brushes in this post, and today I’m going to tell you how I take my makeup off with the mitty blackout.
What Is The Mitty Blackout:
- washable eye makeup remover mitten
- two separate cleansing tools are integrated into each pad
- ultra-gentle, plush textile is softer and more effective than disposables or coarse washcloths.
- each set contains five fuzzy droplets of cleansing power.
- sewn in the USA of imported Korean polyester.
- machine wash and tumble dry warm. Avoid bleaching. No fabric softener.
Why I Use The Mitty Blackout:
- softer and more effective than disposables
- reusable & washable – prevents waste
- gentle & non-shedding – suitable for lash extensions
- safe for Audri to use
How To Use The Mitty Blackout:
- wash before use
- use with your normal eye cleanser, in the same way you would a cotton ball
- avoid the spread of harmful bacteria, use a clean surface on each eye.
- see below for the two step process:
photography: Bryan Grayson
Take My Face Off is the company behind these washing mitts.
“Take My Face Off for Sephora Collection” version of the eye makeup remover was released in all domestic Sephora stores in July 2017.
This company is expanding into other areas, such as men’s grooming and children’s products.
The Mitty for Babies was designed to encourage self-sufficiency for young children, and to provide parents with safer, softer tools for bathing slippery, fidgety babies.
They aren’t available for sale yet, but I’ll keep you posted when I get one for Audri! (she steals my mitty blackout all of the time so she will be really excited to have her own version)….
You can visit their shop here.