There are many different suggestions for cleaning brushes that range from buying expensive brush solution, to ingredients from your own cabinet. Guess which one I use.
My 'go to' method has always been a little bit of baby shampoo and some warm water.
|Don't let the amount of brushes in the jar fool you, make-up is a rarity around these parts. Why do it if you never leave the house?|
It's been a very long time since I've washed mine, but with all of the browns and pinks I wear, the water gets really disgusting, really quick.
As the water gets cloudier, dump it and start again. I dumped my water 3 times. If there's one thing that grosser than dirty brushes - its dirty brushes that have are coated in other wet make-up.
After cleaning a few brushes, rinse them under warm water. As you "ring" out the extra water, shape the bristles back to their original shape and lay to dry on a clean towel.
Smaller brushes obviously dry faster than big brushes, but I let mine lay down for a few hours before putting them back into the jar.
If you don't have baby shampoo, or are interested in other ways to clean your brushes I've seen some people use: warm vinegar and Dawn dish soap, olive oil and Dawn dish soap, or face wash. The idea is the same with any of those so pick whichever works best for you.
Until next time...