" I only found one huadan who had removed her costume but still with make-up on."
After publishing the post I realized that people could interpret this sentence in different ways.
What does it mean to you, 1 or 2 ?
Does it mean ....
1. Except for this huadan, the other huadans were still in their costumes and with make-up on.
2. Except for this huadan, the other huadans had removed their costumes and make-up.
However, if you look at the context of the post, No. 2 is my intended meaning.
So, there are occasions when what we say are misunderstood by others.