– Keeping your makeup tools and accessories in good condition helps save you money by protecting your investment in brushes and applicators and helps ensure that your makeup looks its best with every application. Using brush cleaners greatly simplifies cleaning, so that you can get all of the benefits of regular brush care without having the hassles that come with cleaning brushes with ordinary soap and water.
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If you're like many women, you may wonder why you need to clean your beauty brushes at all. The truth is that if you're not cleaning your brushes regularly, you're likely not getting the full benefit of their designs. Makeup can build up on bristles, making them stick together and decreasing the evenness with which cosmetics adhere to the complexion. Residue on brushes can also affect the hue of your makeup, altering the color. Taking the time to clean your brushes periodically can help your brushes last longer and work their best, so that you can look your finest with your makeup on.
How to Use Spray Brush Cleaners
One of the most popular types of brush cleaner is the spray. These products are very easy to use and effective at removing most types of makeup. To use, place a disposable facial tissue on a flat surface and lay your brush on it. Give the brush head a light misting with the cleaner. Then, pick up the brush and run the bristles back and forth over the tissue. Continue making lines on the tissue until you no longer see any makeup coming off of the brush head. Use your fingers to perfect the shape of the brush and then let it dry on its side.
How to Use Brush Shampoos
Brush shampoos are liquid-based cleaners that are very effective cleansing agents and can remove even very heavy build-up from brushes that haven't been regularly cleaned. To use, dispense a small amount of the shampoo into your hand. Add a few drops of water and then lather the brush head. Use gentle rubbing motions to loosen makeup, starting at the bottom of the brush head and then moving toward the ends of the bristles. Rinse thoroughly and then squeeze the tip to remove the excess water. Fix the brush head's shape with your fingers and then let it dry on its side.
Starting a Cleaning Schedule
Brushes that are used for applying powder-based cosmetics can typically be cleaned just once per month. If you have used a very bright color of eye shadow or blush, however, you may want to clean your brush before you use a lighter color. You may need to clean brushes used for liquid or cream-based makeup more often than on a monthly basis, such as semi-monthly or weekly. Keep in mind that shampoos do not truly disinfect brushes. If you developed an eye, lip or skin infection, you should dispose of your brushes instead of simply cleaning them. Brushes should typically be disposed of every 2 to 3 years regardless of how often you clean them.
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