When did you clean your makeup brushes last time? Don’t remember? Well, you are not alone. According to different surveys, more than 40% of people who use makeup brushes clean them less than once per month. Moreover, 19% said that they hadn’t even known that they needed to do it.
Brushes are handy when it comes to applying make-up. However, if you neglect cleaning them, makeup residue, oil and dead skin can collect on makeup brushes and impact your skin’s health. We are sure you don’t want that. Plus, dirty makeup brushes can lead to a streaky finish and spoil your make-up.
To avoid all these problems, you need to clean makeup brushes at least once a week. It doesn’t take you a lot of time. You don’t need to buy some specific products for brush washing. All you need is about 10 minutes of your time and gentle soap.
So, here is a simple guide on how to wash your makeup brushes:
By the way, if you are not sure if you washed all the makeup residue off your brushes, you can use a whigt paper towel. Check if your brush leaves a mark or a stain in it. Wash the brush one more time if necessary.
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