I like many I have been guilty of not washing my brushes often enough but since I started to take my skin care routine seriously I started taking my brush cleaning seriously. Now I'm sure there are many things involved in the fact my skin looks better then it ever has but I personally think that regularly cleaning my brushes has helped.
I have in the past purchased Mac Brush Cleaner but at £9.50 a go I now use good old Johnsons baby shampoo that I got from ASDA for £1.
I try to clean my brushes at least once a week, usually on a Sunday, making sure I clean every brush I've used even the mini ones in some of my sets.
Instantly I can feel and see the difference and I love how my Real Techniques stipperling brush becomes as good as new. And this is all you need, a sink, water, baby shampoo and your make up brushes.
|Clean and Shiney|
Here's a before and after picture of my Real Techniques Stippering Brush
|Foundation Coloured Bristles|
|Clean & White|
I hope you already clean your make up brushes but this is the best way I found to clean mine. Do you have any tips of how you clean your brushes?
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