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Clean Or Toss: A Guide To Maintaining Your Beauty Tools
Clean: The more often the better, but aim for every other week.
Toss: When ratty or frayed.
Clean: Weekly. Unless you’re using the average drugstore makeup sponge, those are for one-time use only.
Toss: Every 3 months or when cracked.
Clean: Weekly with a cotton pad soaked in rubbing alcohol.
Toss: Replace the rubber pad every 4-6 months or when torn. Replace the curler when it loses tension. For most, that’s about every 12-18 months.
Clean: Give it an honest assessment yearly. If it’s in good condition, throw it in the washing machine.
Toss: When it’s no longer salvageable.
Tweezers, Sharpeners and Nail Tools
Clean: Ideally metal tools should be cleaned and disinfected after every use, or at least every 2 weeks.
Toss: When the tools start to dull or you see rust or corrosion.
Clean: Thoroughly rinse your razor and allow it to dry outside of the shower after every use.
Toss: Weekly or when it begins to dull.
Clean: Remove hair from the bristles weekly. Give it the full treatment monthly.