Makeup Brush Cleaner Pro Starter Kit, $24 at Sephora
This cleanser is a huge hit with makeup enthusiasts. It draws away particles, heavy liquids or dried makeup from brushes. Just soak your brush in the liquid cleanser, then swipe it on the cleansing tin or rub it with a towel to dry. It doesn’t just give the bristles a thorough cleaning, it also conditions them for a longer life.
Brush Cleanser Wipes, $3 at Target
These wipes are perfect for when you’re traveling or have very little time to clean your brushes. These alcohol-free wipes get rid of leftover makeup particles and liquids and you can de-clump your bristles with them, too.
Dry Clean Instant Dry Brush Cleaner Spray, $14 at Sephora
If you want a quick cleanse, go for this spray. It basically acts like a dry shampoo and provides an on-the-spot wash without making bristles too wet. Just spray some solution on the brush, then wipe it away.
Well-Cared For Brush Conditioning Shampoo, $14 at Ulta Beauty
This deep conditioning shampoo doesn’t just cleanse your brush, it conditions the bristles and makes them softer. Clumped bristles can affect application and are obviously unhygienic. This foaming shampoo gets rid of the residual makeup from the roots of the brush as well.
Liquid Blendercleanser, $18 at Sephora
If you want an intensive cleaning for your blenders and brushes, this cleanser is for you. Cleaning blenders and sponges can often be tricky as we don’t want to wear down the material or shape. Just dampen the brush or blender and lather with the liquid cleanser, then rinse.
If you hate taking off your makeup, you probably hate cleaning your beauty tools even more. But what if we told you both these chores are equally important for a healthy regimen? Our makeup brushes, blenders and powder puffs need to be sanitized and cleaned on a regular basis.
Beauty tools acquire bacteria, dirt and residual chemicals over time. You can’t keep using the same makeup brush for weeks without giving it a thorough cleanse. And cleaning out your blenders and sponges does not have to be a time-consuming ordeal. There are cleaning kits and solutions that make cleaning your brushes and blenders a very doable chore.
Besides regular antibacterial products, liquid cleansers are very helpful when it comes to cleaning your props. Besides, there’s nothing more satisfying than watching all that product exit your makeup tools and swirl down the drain. Here’s how to get your brushes and blenders to really sparkle.
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