Quick And Easy Way To Clean Dirty Makeup Brushes by Becky Clarke - Musely
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Quick And Easy Way To Clean Dirty Makeup Brushes

posted in Beauty > Makeup
03/24/2014
  • What you'll need:
Your dirty foundation/makeup brushes.
Some sort of liquid soap (I use any that i can find in a pump container as shown).
Something to lay your clean brushes on as they dry (like toilet/kitchen roll or a towel).
    What you'll need:
    Your dirty foundation/makeup brushes.
    Some sort of liquid soap (I use any that i can find in a pump container as shown).
    Something to lay your clean brushes on as they dry (like toilet/kitchen roll or a towel).
  • Hold your dirty brush under the tap (hot or cold water) to make it damp.
    Hold your dirty brush under the tap (hot or cold water) to make it damp.
  • Add a squirt of the soap into the palm of your hand. I've used an anti bacterial soap to help clean the brushes more effectively, but any will do.
    Add a squirt of the soap into the palm of your hand. I've used an anti bacterial soap to help clean the brushes more effectively, but any will do.
  • Swirl the dirty brush around the palm of your hand so it lathers with soap. You'll be able to see the makeup coming off the brush and changing the colour of the soap suds.
    Swirl the dirty brush around the palm of your hand so it lathers with soap. You'll be able to see the makeup coming off the brush and changing the colour of the soap suds.
  • Rinse your lathered brush under the tap to get rid of the soap suds.
    Rinse your lathered brush under the tap to get rid of the soap suds.
  • Repeat the previous steps until you feel that your brush is clean enough.

  • Squeeze your brush to get rid of excess water then lay it out on your towel or toilet/kitchen roll to dry for a few hours.
    Squeeze your brush to get rid of excess water then lay it out on your towel or toilet/kitchen roll to dry for a few hours.
  • Hope this helps. I found this was the quickest and most effective way to clean my makeup brushes and make them feel like they're brand new again.

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