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September 22, 2009

How To Spot Clean Your Makeup Brushes

I can't stress enough how important it is to clean your makeup brushes!
One use from a makeup brush can get tons of bacteria and oils from your face onto your brush and leave you with a dirty mess.

I spot clean my brushes after just about every use using a brush cleaner.
MAC has one for $11, and I have the Smashbox one (it's $15).

It's super simple and you will thank the heavens (or the company that made the brush cleaner) that they helped you clean your brushes! :)
Spot cleaning removes surface color and oils and dirt from your brushes, only takes a second, and your brushes are dry in about 10-20 minutes.

They stay soft and last a lot longer, and the color payoff of your shadows is MUCH more true-to-color than if you didn't clean them.

In the next brush cleaning video I'll show how to deep clean your brushes. It's actually my favorite method because I know I'm cleaning them thoroughly, and my brushes smell oh-so-nice afterward!


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