Make-up brushes are usually expensive, so pay attention to the maintenance.
After each use, be sure to wipe the brush with a paper towel in the direction of the brush to remove residual color and makeup powder. Soak in shampoo diluted warm water every two weeks, then rinse with cold water. After arranging the bristles, lay them flat and let them dry naturally.
Simple 7-step cleaning brush
Brushes are like our hair and need to be well treated to stay supple and beautiful. A clean brush can make a neat look, and the dirty brush can not only make a beautiful makeup, but also make the makeup greatly reduced!
Different brushes have different cleaning frequency due to different uses and materials. Here is the simplest way to judge: the higher the oil content, the more frequently the cosmetics will be used. Because the oil residue is easy to adhere to dirt and grow bacteria, the brush is more and more dirty and harmful to the skin, so it is harder to clean.