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A product that will keep your makeup off your clothes? Try a makeup mask that protects your face while you put your clothes on. Plus, do you wish your favorite face wash was foamy? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon shares that foaming face washes get bubbly and help to penetrate into your pores. You can use this foamer with facial cleanser and even shampoos.