As for eyeshadow, liner and powder brushes, once a month should cut it, unless you’re changing the shade of the makeup you’re using, in which case a quick ‘spot clean’ will keep them ticking over.
- Baby Shampoo
- Dish Detergent
- Basic Soap
- A Mild Oil
Use water with these cleansers and treat your brushes like you would the own hair on your head!
You can find tons of brush and applicator cleansing recipes on Pinterest. Just pick one that is easy for you, and that you can commit to using regularly.
No matter which cleanser you use, do not let your brushes dry standing upward (hairs pointing toward the ceiling). According to experts, the water will settle into the glue that's holding all the bristles together, and everything will start coming apart, and your life will be over. Lay your brushes on a towel, flat or on a gentle downward incline.
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