Haven’t cleaned your makeup brushes recently? They could have bugs in them. Yes, really.
We’re guessing it’s been a while… Ok, so be honest: When was the last time you cleaned your makeup brushes? If they’re currently caked in makeup and you can’t remember the original colour of the bristles, it’s probably time to make friends with a cleanser.
Layers of oil from your skin, mixed with makeup pigments and dead skin cells, make brushes a breeding ground for bacteria
And this isn’t exactly good news for your skin… How to Clean your makeup brushes step-by-step
1. Dip each brush individually under hot running water, and then into a bowl of gentle shampoo or soap and rub gently with fingers to get a good lather for a few minutes.
2. Hold brushes under running water, checking until there’s no lather left on it. Hold for a further 2-3 seconds, ensuring they are sparkling clean. If You are in a rush, You can use the Brush Washing Mat.
3. If there is still residue on the brush, repeat the process. If not, squeeze the water out of the brush and lay it flat on a towel next to the sink to dry.
4. After all of the brushes are washed, lay them in a neat row (if you stack them on top of each other, they don’t dry properly and smell strange – not good!) Cleaning your brushes may be one more chore to add to the weekly cleaning rota, but hey there’s a winning payoff. Clean your brushes regularly, and your skin will improve.
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