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Here's An Easy Peasy Diy Makeup Brush Cleaner

All it takes is a magic ingredient to bid those zit-causing bacteria adieu.
Here's An Easy Peasy Diy Makeup Brush Cleaner All it takes is a magic ingredient to bid those zit-causing bacteria adieu.

Ladies, we’ll go straight to the point here. If you don’t clean your brushes regularly, they will accumulate bacteria and will be the cause of your greatest skin fears. We’re not scaring you; we just want you to take the simple task as seriously as we do.

We've already taught you how to do the washing before and even supplied you with a list of makeup cleaners. But on days when you run out of the product, or if you just want something easy peasy, then this recipe is for you.

All you need to make your own brush cleaner are water and vinegar. Yes, same with most DIY beauty concoctions, the ingredients are usually found in your pantry or fridge. For this brush cleaner, just add 2 teaspoons of white vinegar to a glass of hot water and start dipping your brushes away. So easy, right? Even your 5-year-old niece can do this. So ladies, there is no excuse. Here’s to bacteria-free brushes!

P.S. Don’t worry, after you dry your brushes, the smell of the vinegar will go away. But if you’re really scared, an alternative can be a mild baby shampoo. 

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