The good news is that companies are coming out with some great makeup removers to take off all that natural makeup that you girls are sporting now. I've got three of my favorites here - one creamy, one oily and one that can be either oily or kinda creamy depending on the temperature (sounds intriguing, right?)
INIKA EYE MAKEUP REMOVER
Inika Eye Makeup Remover is creamy, it smells great and if you're the kind of girl who loves a a less oily feel, this is for you. I find it takes off everything with ease. Now granted, waterproof mascara is a little tough, but there's not too many removers that are able to get off waterproof in one swipe, anyway. This remover works perfectly and I recommend it highly. It's currently in my cabinet and I would definitely repurchase. $34
S.W. BASICS EYE MAKEUP REMOVER
I was never one for oily makeup removers in the past. I couldn't stand the burn they left on my skin (most likely from all the perfumes and chemicals) and the fact that you could never apply makeup after using them because everything would run down your face from the residue it left. But that was before I went natural in my makeup and tried S.W. Basics' makeup remover. This oil is spectacular. Yep, spectacular. With just three organic ingredients, there's just no way you could go wrong. I apply a little to a cotton ball and swipe it across my lids. It doesn't leave any greasy feeling, just a clean, moisturized eye. I understand that you can use this all over, but I just use it on my eyes & I love it. $14
ORGANIC COCONUT OIL
I must admit that I use coconut oil for pretty much everything these days. I use it in my morning smoothie, I use it as a body moisturizer and as a makeup remover. Coconut oil definitely removes all of my makeup, I just feel like it can sometimes be a bit too much for my skin, so using it on my eyes is one thing, but all over my face can break me out. Everyone is different, though and I suggest you give it a try. I also recommend only applying a small amount to a cotton ball so you don't get it in your eyes...it's not harmful, just uncomfortable. When I do use coconut oil to remove all of my face makeup, I follow up with a toner like S.W. Basics' toner. The coconut oil leaves the skin smooth and hydrated. $9
*I've purchased all of these products myself. All opinions are my own.