Brush washing is not something any sane person looks forward to, typically I do prefer to deep cleanse my make up brushes once a week but every now and then I do rely on brush spot cleansing. A quick and easy way to freshen up brushes after use, prevent bacteria from spreading and of course prevent staining or hardening of the bristles. Typically brush cleanser that aren't of the standard shampoo form are pricey i.e MAC Brush Cleanser and as I most use such technique when travelling this is less than ideal. Enter B. Makeup Brush Cleanser an effective, affordable, vegan, spray on mist that costs just £5!
If you are not familiar with on the spot brush cleansing, let me explain - essentially it is a quick way to remove the bulk of make up from brushes. Some use this method daily to refresh and prevent germs breeding, following up with a deep cleanse at the weekend when time allows; others like myself rely on the technique when away from home and brushes are at a minimum. To spot cleanse, simply mist on the brush cleanser, wipe off make up using a tissue and leave to dry naturally. Quick, easy and sanitising in one quick step. As someone with acne, cleansers such as B. Makeup Brush Cleanser are handy when on the go to help prevent the spread of bacteria, and in turn lessening the risk of new blemishes.
B. Makeup Brush Cleanser is a great little find: quick and easy to use, all the while removing even the most stubborn of foundation and deep eyeshadow shades from brush bristles, minus any splaying or damage. Cleansing ability aside what I most like about this brush cleanser is that it dries so quickly (in seconds, not minutes) and is not highly scented. As B. Makeup Brush Cleanser absorbs at lightening pace, the formula is ideal for when you want to switch eyeshadow shades when using the same brush, and in the same vain if using the same bronze to contour/highlight and set the face. B. Makeup Brush Cleanser is safe to use on all brush types (synthetic and otherwise) and does not leave behind any traces of residue.
Now you have no excuse for dirty brushes!
B. Makeup Brush Cleanser £4.99 via Superdrug - link.
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