Tuesday, February 9, 2010
not cleaning you brushes it's like not washing your face. I combined the oil painting and makeup brush cleaning technique together. This is the most effective and inexpensive (in my opinion) way to cleaning makeup brushes. Baby shampoo doesn’t disinfect and brush cleanser is to expensive for daily use, you do need to clean your brushes every time you use them. The supply is super easy and inexpensive: Antibacterial Dishwashing soap it will remove every single thing on your brush, it remove pigment, oil, dirt and also kills bacteria. Using the soap will dry the brush hair so to recondition you brush you going to use olive oil. Take a small plate and pour out small amount of the dishwashing soap and pour just a little oil mix , take your brush and stir in circular motion and wipe it back and forth on a tissue. You removing all pigment, killing bacteria and removing the makeup. Now you going to rinse your brushes use warm water NOT HOT. Squeeze until water is clear. Wipe them dry with a paper towel. Let them dry out on it’s side.