Run your brushes under warm water, rinsing out all of the residual makeup.
Gently massage the bristles of the brush from the bottom up. Avoid getting water underneath the metal clasp of the handle as this can loosen over time and you will start to lose your bristles.
Rinse the brush tip and handle under running water once again.
Repeat the shampooing process until the water runs clear from the brush when rinsing.
Use a cloth to wipe your brush clean, reshaping the bristles as you go.
Once clean, lay your brushes flat on a cloth to dry.
We recommend you do this process at night so the hair has enough time to dry out, ready for your morning makeup application.
Aim to dedicate ten minutes once a week to give your brushes a deep clean. It will make a huge difference to your makeup application and save your skin from pesky breakouts due to dirty brushes.
After each use, makeup artists should ALWAYS spritz their makeup brushes with a disinfectant spray before using the brush on their next client.
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