How to Remove Halloween Makeup, According to an Esthetician

It's so fun to experiment with Halloween makeup. You can turn yourself into a totally different creature, person, or character with some artfully placed makeup and accessories, transforming whatever Halloween party you're at into a stage for you to role-play and metamorphize. Truly, Halloween is one of the most fun days of the year. But what comes after Monster Mash has been played one last time and the last glass of (adult) cider has been drunk, you're left to deal with some hefty makeup removal.

To find out how best to wash off our impending spooky looks, we tapped the brain of celebrity esthetician Joanna Vargas, who boasts clients like Jenna Dewan Tatum and Julianne Moore. Her easy tips will help remove every last inch of makeup, even the costumey paint you get at the drugstore. What's more, you'll wake up the next morning with gleaming skin and no trace of your costume. Keep scrolling to learn how to remove Halloween makeup!

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