a very catchy title, the new clever ad campaign spills the secret of carrying for your precious designer clothes! And who wouldn't want to know how to care for them fashionable items? Owner or daydreamer, it never hurts to stay informed, does it? It's one of those ads with unexpected ending –...

Wednesday, February 9, 2011 365 Project: Day 40 Cleaning My Makeup Brushes Day 40 Cleaning My Makeup Brushes Does anyone know how often you are suppose to clean your makeup brushes? Right after i clean them i place them by a window. To deep clean my brushes i use the Sephora Shampoo once...

smoother and your expensive products won't go to waste. Throw away old products. If it's smelly, dried up, separated and leaky, it's time to say au revoir. Be sure to check the shelf life of each item. Remove anything that you haven't used in months - you most likely won't wear it again....

But it's actually pretty unsanitary to let makeup build up in your brushes. Not to mention, it will lead to bacteria growing, which can cause skin irritation, acne and infections among other things. So now that you're (hopefully) convinced on why you should be cleaning your makeup brushes,...

Wet your brushes or combs under warm running water. Apply a small amount of shampoo to the brush bristles. The shampoo will help break up leftover hair grease and clean your tools. You can use a toothbrush or a comb to gently scrub the bristles with the shampoo. Scrub in one direction...

It's super duper important to clean your makeup brushes regularly, but it's just one of those tasks that can just as be easily forgotten about. It's crucial to do in order to prevent the spread of bacteria and breakouts by cleaning your brushes, which also helps to condition the hairs on...

So work out a 24 hour period when you won't be apply makeup, and go wash your makeup brushes. Here's a quick 'how to clean your makeup brushes': The kabuki brush looks so innocent from afar HOW TO CLEAN YOUR MAKE UP BRUSHES – IT'S EASY! What you will need: 4 Easy Steps to clean...

After all of the parties and get-togethers over winter break, I've arrived back at school with a bunch of dirty makeup brushes. So, for this week's post, I decided it would be both necessary (for me) and useful (hopefully, for you) to share an inexpensive yet effective way to easily clean your...

Spring cleaning may have passed, but it's never too late in the season to give your makeup brushes a good scrub. We're going to show you a simple and inexpensive way that you can wash and disinfect all of your favorite makeup brush tools, and in fact you should be doing it regularly. This...

I have watched countless videos on how to clean your makeup brushes. The one thing that I have seen all of them do is use liquid hand soap or liquid dish washing soaps. These may be very effective ways to get the brushes really clean, however the problem that I have using that type of soap is...

 

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