How I Clean My Makeup Brushes


How I Clean my makeup brushes

This has to be one of the worst chores ever but I can’t put it off because dirty brushes will  transfer old makeup, germs, and bacteria each time you use them. Increasing the risk of break outs.
I used to clean my brushes once a week until I came across this little beauty when I visited the IMATS last summer
Bottle of makeup Brush cleanser  
BeautySoClean Conditioning Brush Cleanser
BeautySoClean Conditioning Brush Cleanser is a super-efficient yet gentle makeup brush cleanser that quickly dissolves all makeup residue while leaving your brushes fresh, clean and soft. The perfect blend of alcohol and emollients ensures your brushes will feel soft and dry within seconds. 
Every day after I apply my make-up I simply spray my brushes with BeautySoClean Conditioning Brush Cleanser and Voila I’m good to go!
I still give my brushes a wash to be on the safe side but I now do it every two weeks.
Telling people how i clean my brushes
to make sure they are cleaned thoroughly I spray the brushes with BeautySoClean Conditioning Brush Cleanser then leave them for 5 minutes
Telling another product which is Clean on me
I wet the brushes and add a drop CLEAN ON ME by Soap and Glory
(I like CLEAN ON ME by Soap and Glory because I like the way it makes my brushes smell and I like that is a push down dispenser)
And rub gently into the bristles, until the lather starts to foam
Rinse and repeat until the lather is completely white being careful to avoid distorting the shape of the brush or not to get shampoo in the ferrule, or the metal part that holds the bristles and the handle together
Give a final rinse and then blot the brushes dry on a towel
All the brushes are laying on a towel
Lay the brushes flat on a towel overnight.
  
BeautySoClean costs £11.00 and can be purchased from Feelunique
CLEAN ON ME costs £6.00 and can be purchased from  Soap and Glory

How do you clean your make-up brushes and how often?
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