Tuesday, 2 December 2014

cleaning make up brushes

DR. BRONNER MAGIC ORGANIC LIQUID SOAP in PEPPERMINT, JOHNSON'S BABY SHAMPOO, NO7 MAKE UP BRUSH CLEANSER

I really like using make-up brushes, but washing them is such a pain in the ass for me, but using dirty brushes isn't great for your skin. That why we need to make sure to keep them clean and dust free, so our skin won't suffer from any break outs. 

I wash my brushes using warm water, I aim to wash my brushes every two weeks. Some of my eyeshadow blending brushes need to be washed more often, just because I like to switch my eyeshadows quite often. Dr. Bronner Magic Organic Liquid Soap in Peppermint is one of my favourite product to use to wash make-up brushes, removes the product from the brush really fast, as well as it's removes oiliness effectively. When I want to use something more delicate I go for the Johnson's baby shampoo, it's so gentle and smells lovely! When I had a No7 Boots voucher, I've picked up the No7 Make Up Brush Cleanser, I really like it because it has a pump and it's very effective, as well as whenever I use it my brush tend to dry a lot more faster. You must take care of them when they are drying, so the water won't get inside the handle, that will make your brushes last a lot more longer. Which cleanser do you like to use for brushes?
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  1. I've always used Johnson's Baby Shampoo to wash my brushes - it does the job so well and is such a bargain price!

    Lauren x
    http://whatlaurendidtoday.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. I've got Dr Bronner is lavender which I use, I'm actually overdue a clean though. I try and do it every weekend but was so busy this week!

    India / Too Faced giveaway

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