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When using makeup brushes, it is very important to make sure your brushes are clean! If you do not clean them when they are dirty you can be exposing your face to all kinds of bacteria, dirt and oil. Constantly putting these things on your face could possibly lead to breakouts, so to avoid this it is a good idea to clean your makeup brushes often. This review is going to be on the two products I have been using to clean my brushes.
The first product I am going to review is the Elf Brush Shampoo. This product is $3 and can be purchased on http://eyeslipsface.com or at Target stores. I use this product once a week to deep clean my brushes, and I have really been enjoying it. Pour some of it into my hand and wet my brush, and then I lather my brush with the soap. Then I rinse out my brush with water and set it out to dry. This process cleans my brushes very well, and it leave my brushes very soft! I highly recommend this product if you are looking for something cheap to clean your brushes with!
The second product I use to clean my brushes is the Elf Daily Brush Cleaner.This product is also 3$ and can be purchased on http://eyeslipsface.com or at Target stores. As you can tell from the name this brush cleaner can be used daily to quickly disinfect and clean makeup brushes. I mostly use this for eye brushes when I want to use a different color product and don`t want to mix colors. I use this a few times a week by spraying it on a paper towel and then swiping my brush in the product to clean it. It dries very quickly so I can use the brush almost right away. It does a very nice job of cleaning for me, so I recommend this product to people that do different makeup looks throughout the week and want to use the same brushes.
If you are looking for a brush cleaner, I would try these out because they are cheap and do a good job! You can`t really go wrong with this because it is so cheap, and you will be protecting your face from all the germs on your brushes!
What do you use to clean your makeup brushes? How often do you clean them?
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