Using a Brush Cleaner

Using a Brush Cleaner

Hello and happy Sunday. Cleaning our makeup brushes is annoying but it’s necessary. I know I don’t do this as often as I should, but every few months I take all of my brushes and wash them with baby shampoo.

My tool of preference used to be my hand, until I found this cleansing tool at Forever 21 for $5. Now, I’d seen this around, but it was very expensive and I didn’t think it was worth the money. For $5, though, I couldn’t complain.

I first let the water run over the tool for a while, and then poured shampoo straight into it. I dampened the tip of each brush and then worked it against the surface of the tool, the way I’d do with the palm of my hand.

The process itself took the same amount of time as when I did it with my hand, but the difference for me is in the effectiveness of the tool. I could see more product coming out of the brushes, which means that they ended up being cleaner than if I’d used my hand. The fact that I didn’t have to be in constant contact with the brushes also felt more hygienic, which was another point in favor of the tool.

All in all, I liked it and I will continue to use it as I saw it worked. Have you used one of these cleansing tools before? What are your thoughts on them? Let me know in the comments!

Happy Sunday!

Love, Miss Camila

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