OK. I've got the head of my beautiful girl stripped of all color, washed clean with a mild, watered-down soap solution, well rinsed and blotter dried.
Time to attempt my first eyebrows with a fine paint brush and powder makeup. (Not ready for the toothpick technique, yet.) I was moving along on a fine, botched, first-time attempt when I noticed all this "stuff" was now adhered to her face. Again.
The dark blotches around her eye are eyeliner stuck to superglue. I'm "stuck" with that for a while, I think. 😆 (@rk105rider as usual your advice was spot-on. A whole lot of patience and some tweezers, and I was able to remove the eyelashes without damaging her skin. Thank you.)
It's all the little black specks and little hairs. Even the makeup left little specks, like they were floating in the air, and static electricity just locked them onto her head. I can't wash her when I'm done, to get rid of all that, without fear of ruining all the hard work I'm about to do.
What's the answer? Do ya'll powder and then apply makeup? Is it OK to just rinse her off after applying makeup and then applying powder?
Why is this a discussion and not a question? I hit the wrong button. 😏