The most common myths about face oil completely debunked

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Ah, face oil -- those little bottles of magical liquid with skin benefits galore. Whether you're a frequent user, or don't love it as much as the next gal, chances are you've probably used face oil once in your lifetime. While it's been thought for years that face oil is our skins number one enemy -- the truth is, it might actually be our best partner in crime, and many women around the world can attest to that.

But just as anything else, face oil is a beauty product that seems to draw up a ton of confusion about how well it actually works, how and when you should use it -- and many other questions. So today, allow us to set the record straight thanks to a little help from RedOnline.co, with five of the most common myths about face oil you might be curious about.

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1) If you have oily skin, you shouldn't use face oils

Surprise! Plant oils actually help rebalance oily skin.

2) Foaming cleansers are better than oils for skin cleaning

Oils remove even the toughest waterproof mascara, while still doing good by skin's natural barrier.

3) Face oils aren't as good as moisturisers when it comes to hydrating skin

Oils actually penetrate skin easier, so they help moisturize skin more effectively.

4) Face oils are too rich and thick to be used daily

High quality plant oils have a natural affinity with skin, so they can be used both day and night.

5) Face oils will cause your makeup to streak

Depending on how you layer it, face oil can be your best friend when it comes to getting an all-over glow.

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Anastasia Brow Pencil

By this time we’ve all seen this quote floating around Instagram or Pinterest, ” Don’t let anyone with bad eyebrows tell you shit about life.” And just like any random Insta quote, truer words have never been spoken. If you want to keep handing out unsolicited advice to every friend, coworker, and hot dog vendor that comes your way, you best get those brows in check.

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Bare Minerals Well Rested CC Eye Primer

I’ve been a long time user of this Kiehls’ Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer but always wished it came in a tinted version. The patron saint of puffy eyes must have been listening because this miracle stick is everything I’ve always wanted. I dab it in the corners of my eyes then cover my under eye area all the way down to my cheekbone. Hello, bright eyes! Wear it alone for a casual weekend day with just mascara or layer it underneath your concealer for extra coverage.

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Bare Minerals Well Rested CC Eye Primer

I’ve been a long time user of this Kiehls’ Facial Fuel Eye De-Puffer but always wished it came in a tinted version. The patron saint of puffy eyes must have been listening because this miracle stick is everything I’ve always wanted. I dab it in the corners of my eyes then cover my under eye area all the way down to my cheekbone. Hello, bright eyes! Wear it alone for a casual weekend day with just mascara or layer it underneath your concealer for extra coverage.

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Tarte Eyelash Curler

If you don’t have to curl your eyelashes then don’t worry about this little tool, and also I hate you. But, seriously. I’ve been curling my eyelashes since high school and this is the best wand I’ve found to date. The curler is super cushiony and the padding on the handle is divine.

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Mary Kay Ultimate Mascara

No, you can’t get this at a local store but like… I’m sure you know at least 72 women that sell this stuff and it’s totally worth it. Lush, full, voluminous – I know all these words mean the same thing but this mascara does everything I’ve ever wanted a mascara to do. It’s ah-mah-zing. I get it in the blackest of black and load it on till I’m bordering on spider lashes JUST KIDDING impossible to do with this wand. Long story short, I die for this mascara. Go get 17 tubes.

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The Lib Scrub in Clementine

My lips are always chapped. So gross right? A little swipe of this stuff in the morning and at night and I no longer want to rip my lips off when I wear a dark lipstick. DS tip: Use this scrub to help take off every last bit of your lipstick!

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M-61 Hydraboost Eye

Best eye gel I’ve ever used and I’ll never use anything else. Period. Morning and night. Invest in this now.

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Bumble and Bumble Pret-a-Powder

I originally purchased this little bottle to create additional volume on Day 2 hair days but soon learned it’s actually a dry shampoo. SCORE. It’s advertised as “equal parts dry shampoo, style extender, and volume in a pinch” and it absolutely does every one of those things. Day 2 and 3 hair products now consist of this happy pink bottle and a quick spray of Oribe’s Dry Texturizing Spray.

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M-61 Hydraboost Eye

Best eye gel I’ve ever used and I’ll never use anything else. Period. Morning and night. Invest in this now.

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