Makeup brushes are usually expensive, so pay attention to maintenance.
After each use, be sure to wipe the brush with a paper towel along the direction of the bristles to remove the remaining color and makeup powder. Soak and wash in warm water diluted with shampoo every two weeks, and then rinse with cold water. After finishing the bristles, lay them flat and let them dry in the shade.
Brushes are like our hair, which needs good care to keep it smooth and beautiful. Only a clean brush can make a neat makeup look, and a dirty brush can not only make a beautiful makeup look, but it will also make the makeup look bad!
Different brushes have different uses and materials, and the frequency of cleaning is different. Here is the simplest way to judge: the higher the oil content of the cosmetics, the more frequent the cleaning. Because oil residues can easily adhere to dirt and grow bacteria, make the brush more and more dirty when used, and endanger the health of the skin, so you must be more diligent in cleaning.
7 simple steps to clean makeup brush:
STEP1: Use make-up remover or brush cleaning liquid to pour into the powder cover, about a thin layer of completely covered amount, let the bristles absorb and dissolve the attached makeup products.
STEP2: Pour the natural ingredients shampoo into the basin and mix and foam, and then fully mix the bristles in the bubble water.
STEP3: Hold the bristles in the palm of your hand and repeat the grasping and releasing techniques to completely clean up the residual dirt and makeup in the bristles.
STEP4: At the end of the brush, which is also the part most frequently touched with cosmetics, clean it again carefully.
STEP5: Finally, wash the brush with plenty of water, and use a clean basin to completely clean the residual detergent in the brush.
STEP6: If the brush becomes too astringent due to the use of detergent, you can use a small amount of conditioner to straighten out the hair tails, and also clean it with plenty of water.
STEP7: Take a few paper towels or a towel with good water absorption, cover the bristles and press several times to absorb the moisture as much as possible, then lay it flat in a ventilated place and dry it in the shade.
TIPS: daily maintenance method
Brushes: Most of the brushes that need to be dyed, each time you use it, you only need to use facial tissue to brush the brush back and forth flatly until the color no longer appears.
Lip brush: The lip brush does not need to be cleaned frequently, otherwise it will lose the elasticity of the bristles. After each use, wipe off the residual lipstick directly on the facial tissue.
Post time: Feb-26-2021