More people are becoming interested in the world of makeup. To explore the art of contouring and cut creases, it's not only important to have the right brushes, but you must also take proper care of your brushes by keeping them clean. Washing your brushes will keep them in the best shape, prevent unwanted color transfer, and, most importantly, will keep your skin from experiencing any breakouts due to built-up dirt and oil on your brushes. With some simple supplies and a few minutes, you can keep your brushes in top shape for many makeup applications to come.
While a little water can go a long way in the short-term, you should have a makeup brush cleaner on hand for deep-cleaning sessions. You can buy brush cleaner in the makeup section of most stores, but a gentle shampoo like baby shampoo will also do the trick. There are also many DIY brush-washing solutions available if you want to try your hand at making your own cleaner made from all-natural ingredients.
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