There are many products out there that help babies look and feel their best.
And while some may help with hair growth, others may not be necessary.
In fact, some people might even find the procedure painful.
If your baby is having hair problems, eyeliner might help with the problem.
It can be hard to find a product that’s easy to use and doesn’t have the added risks associated with more complex products.
We spoke with hair and makeup artist, Lisa Vigiani, to find out how to remove your baby’s eyeliner and why.
Why eyeliner isn’t a cure?
There’s a misconception that eyeliner will help your baby grow out of its hair and make it look better.
“You’re not going to see any improvement if your eyeliner doesn’t come off the top of the hair,” says Vigieri.
“The hair is still there and it’s just the eyeliner that is the problem.”
In reality, she says, the problem is that eyeliners often leave hair sticking to the skin.
It’s the same reason it takes two coats to get rid of mascara.
You want to take the edge off.
“If you put too much on the hair, it will eventually go all over the place,” Vigiri says.
“It’s very important to take care of your baby, not leave them hanging out there for their entire life.”
The most common problem is if you leave your eyeliners on for too long.
That means they are still on the baby’s skin, which can lead to infection or irritation.
“A lot of people have hair that needs to be combed, so they can’t be removed,” says Lizzie Buell, a personal care stylist and owner of the boutique Lizzies Beauty Studio in Washington, D.C. You need to brush your baby dry.
“I just think the best way to remove eyeliner is to use a lathering pad,” says Bueell.
She recommends using a small amount and using the pads to comb through the hair to get it all off.
If the hair isn’t combed cleanly, the hair will continue to stick to your skin.
“This will take time, so try to get the hair done within three to four hours,” says Rachael Risso, a hair and beauty consultant and founder of Hair Therapy in New York City.
It may be best to wait until you’ve tried all the other products you can find to help your child feel their hair better.
You can try using a hair removal product in the morning, after you shower, or just after washing your hair.
“They need to get off their face, and if they can get it off before they get dressed, then they should be able to,” says Katelyn Miller, a certified hair and skin therapist and owner, Hair Therapy Salon in Austin, Texas.
“Lift the eyelids with your hand or your arm, but don’t put the eyelashes on your face.”
This is a good time to do your hair straightening.
When you’re working with baby hair, take care not to blow on it too much or to put too many products on it.
“Don’t use a product to do straightening because the hair is going to grow back and it won’t be straight, and it may look unnatural,” Miller says.
To remove eyeliners with a towel, wrap a towel around the base of the eyelid and pull it in toward the center.
Then, use a damp, lathering-type towel, like a baby shampoo, to brush the hair off the towel.
“After a few seconds, you should have a good lathering,” Miller explains.
“Then you can do a second lathering on the other side.”
To use a towel to remove hair from a baby’s face, put a towel in a small bowl and add a few drops of baby shampoo to the bowl.
Place the towel over the baby and let it sit for 10 to 15 seconds.
Rinse the baby with water to remove any dirt, hair, or debris.
Then place the towel back in the bowl and use a brush to brush through the towel, as you would with a baby hair straightener.
Use a towel on a clean towel or a baby pillow to remove excess hair.
You don’t need to leave the baby on the towel to get all the hair out.
“When you’re using a towel for eyeliner, it is really important that you take care to get those edges off,” says Miller.
“For baby hair that is long and thick, I would recommend using a wet, clean towel.
You could also use a baby washcloth, like the ones you’d use on a baby.”
What about eyeliner for your baby?
The eyeliner on the outside of your eyelid isn’t the problem; it’s the product inside.
“What you’re looking at is the product in your eyelids,” says Amy DeW