Todays post is about brush cleansing & storage!
So I have never used an expensive brush cleaner, I don't own any lovely Mac or Bobbi brown brushes
So I don't see any need for me to shell out on an expensive cleanser
Here are my dirty brushes -
I have a variety of brushes from Cosmopolitan & Ruby and Millie to cheap 17 ones and they do me just fine!
A girl simply still needs clean brushes, even if they aren't deluxe ones
I suggest Tesco Coconut shampoo!- 99p for 750ml
I've often read about people using baby shampoo and I've tried that myself also, but you know I love coconut!
This shampoo has added moisturisers, smells gorgeous and the massive bottle will last you for ages!
It will leave your brushes lovely and soft & smelling delish!
I totally recommend using a cheap moisturising shampoo if you are looking for a brush cleanser!
Just in case your interested?
I wash my brushes twice weekly & my foundation brush three times a week
This really is a must, they work so much better & you definitely have less chance of breaking out
After washing, I just mould the bristles into their original shape and lay them out on a towel to dry!
On another note
I thought I would share with you something new I picked up the other day and it is a great way to store brushes
Pink heart pencil holder - This is only 99p from Tescos!
Its meant to be a stationary holder and would look so cute on a desk, but It's so pretty and is a fab brush holder!
And how satisfying when your brushes are all clean and fluffy and sitting in a cute holder!
Hope you girlies enjoyed this post
Do you have any good brush recommendations or brush cleansers?
Leave me a comment!
Thursday, 29 July 2010