How to Clean your Makeup Brushes
It happens to the best of us... we use our brushes over and over again and before we know it a year has gone by and we haven't taken care of our tools! You look at your makeup brushes and low and behold is a disgusting amount of product build up. Don't even try guessing the last time you cleaned them... Ew.
Whether you are a regular makeup brush user or special occasions only you need to take care of your makeup tools so they don't build up bacteria from old product and your face. Washing them is super easy with natural skincare.
Taking care of your Brushes
Moody Sister makeup brushes are a synthetic vegan hair and can easily be cleaned with any natural cleanser or shampoo.
1. Start by massaging in your soap into the brush. We recommend Shampoo, Cleansing Wash or Foaming Cleanser. It's okay to let the bubbles sit for a minute as this gives it time to break down the build up of cosmetics. *Make sure to rub it in well so that it gets deep into the bristles.
2. Rinse your brushes with cold water thoroughly. Gently rinse your brush out making sure that the water runs clear when you're done.
3. Pat dry. Gently press your brush onto a towel and let air dry overnight.
See how easy that was!? We recommend cleaning your brushes weekly.
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