- Facial cleanser -it removes dirt and makeup from your face, so why shouldn't it remove the makeup from your brush?
- Hair shampoo -most makeup bristles are made of natural bristles (pony, goat +) using hair shampoo works great on your makeup brushes. For removing oil that gathered from your cosmetics and skin, you might want to use shampoo for oily hair
1. You need a towel, shampoo (you can use facial wash also for extra cleansing) + your brushes that you want to cleans.
2. Wash the brush with water, make sure you don't let the water go inside the brush, that may damage it and make the hairs fallout after time..
(If you choose to not use facial cleans on your brushes, you can jump to step 7.)
3. Put facial cleans on your brush, I'm using my Clinique.
4.Rub the soap back and forward, so the cleans gets into the brush.
5. Wash the brush with water.
6. Squiz the water out of the brush. You will be able to see all the dirt come out of the brush! Yak.
7. Put shampoo on your brush, I'm using my Redken All Soft.
8. Wash the brush with water. (Make sure no water comes inside the brush, it will make the hairs fallout over time!)
9. Squiz the water out, this time it should be clean water comming out of the brush!
10. Rub the brush back and forward on the towel, this will excess the water inside the brush.
11. Lay the brush down on the towel and let it dry.
Tip; Wash your brushes at night, then the brushes have time to dry and they will be clean and dry the next morning for you to use!
- Home made brush cleanser - Save your self from buying brush cleansers from the department store. By watching this video and you can learn how to make your own brush cleanser! A tip to save money!