How to clean makeup brushes
Makeup brushes should be cleaned frequently. They are in direct contact with your face on a regular basis. If left dirty for too long it can carry bacteria into your skin and cause breakouts. Here’s a cheatsheet of how to get them clean in 5 easy steps.
Blvd. Cosmetics – Brush Shampoo & Conditioner
Sigma Beauty – Cleaning mat
Sigma Beauty – Dry’N Shape Spa® (cleaning mat + drying tower)
On a budget:
DIY cleanser – Antibacterial dish or hand soap + olive oil.
Honeycomb – $7 Silicone trivet to use as a cleaning mat
DIY holder – Cutting board + rubber bands
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