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Old 02-22-2014, 04:18 PM
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The Makeup Eraser has announced their salon program, which will be amazing!

If we (as distributors) send corporate the names and info of the salons we'd like to show this product to, they'll send us three free sample Makeup Erasers to give to the owner/manager, and two stylists. That way, they can see how well this product works themselves.

If the salon decides to stock the Makeup Eraser in their retail store, they become our "level one" teammate and we earn 20% of all their inventory purchases! All the leg work is done through the company...ordering, shipping, handling the account, etc. We get rewarded with 20% of all their purchases just for introducing it to them!

I'm making a list of my local salons I'd like to show this to tonight.

I love how generous this company is.

Super exciting stuff!
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Old 02-22-2014, 06:19 PM
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Sounds very interesting. I travel a lot, and I never wear mascara when I travel because I don't want to use space in my 3-1-1 bag for eye makeup remover. It would be great to have this option!

Reviews of similar products on Amazon are mixed. What makes this different from other products on the market?
Liz, I just use regular face wash to remove all my make up , even my wp mascara( In only wear waterproof), for 30 years. never used eye make up remover ....why doesn't your face wash remove your eye make up?
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Old 02-24-2014, 03:40 PM
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Hi Debra.

Cleaning my face with my normal facial cleanser makes my mascara run down my face, but it doesn't remove it all without significant rubbing. I'm not getting any younger, so rubbing my eyes doesn't seem like a good idea. A little eye makeup remover on a cotton ball and it comes right off without any pulling or rubbing. That's the liquid cleanser I'm talking about - the one I use on my face when I shower. At night, I use the wipes from NYR, and they don't remove the mascara.

I'm really surprised that you find regular facial cleanser removes waterproof mascara. Never has for me. I have always found I need eye makeup remover to get my mascara off.

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Old 02-24-2014, 05:02 PM
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As I get older I'm more gentle around my eyes too and although my cleanser takes off nearly all of my eye make up however I wipe off any excess with coconut oil using a cotton tip and it works perfectly. I don't wear waterproof mascara as my regular mascara never smears but I can imagine it being a pain to wash off even with a good facial cleanser. In general, I don't wear much make up but I can imagine for heavy make up users, this could be a good product.
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Old 02-25-2014, 05:57 PM
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Gina, I took a look at your makeup eraser and the price point is very reasonable especially since you can wash and use it again. It sure is a unique product!
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Old 02-26-2014, 11:35 AM
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Hi Debra.

Cleaning my face with my normal facial cleanser makes my mascara run down my face, but it doesn't remove it all without significant rubbing. I'm not getting any younger, so rubbing my eyes doesn't seem like a good idea. A little eye makeup remover on a cotton ball and it comes right off without any pulling or rubbing. That's the liquid cleanser I'm talking about - the one I use on my face when I shower. At night, I use the wipes from NYR, and they don't remove the mascara.

I'm really surprised that you find regular facial cleanser removes waterproof mascara. Never has for me. I have always found I need eye makeup remover to get my mascara off.
see, that's weird? my cleansers do remove my WP mascara. And I don't rub either. I've used many cleansers over 30 years and only found 2 or 3 that didn't remove it.and I only use WP mascara.....hhhmmm
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Old 03-26-2014, 05:15 AM
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did anyone order one..how did it work for you?
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Old 03-26-2014, 08:08 AM
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This reminds me of a product that Microdermamitt (who no longer does direct sales) had. I use Lemongrass Spa's Tea tree cleanser or face soap and it take everything off without scrubbing, including eye make-up. I could see how this would be nice for heavy make-up wearers and like the op said, pageant kids etc.
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Old 03-26-2014, 10:04 AM
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This reminds me of a product that Microdermamitt (who no longer does direct sales) had. I use Lemongrass Spa's Tea tree cleanser or face soap and it take everything off without scrubbing, including eye make-up. I could see how this would be nice for heavy make-up wearers and like the op said, pageant kids etc.
I agree. My cleansers take off all my make up and I love them!
But for heavy make up, it may be different.
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Old 07-22-2014, 12:35 PM
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Hi all!

Been pretty busy and haven't had a chance to get on WAHM.com lately. Hope everyone is doing well. Just wanted to pop in to let you guys know that the corporate office is offering a free Makeup Eraser to any potential distributor that listens to our call tonight. This is a great opportunity to spend 25 minutes and receive a free product to see how it works for yourself!

I posted the details of the call in the "Webinars/Conference Calls" section of the forum.

Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.

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