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The Clean Up Crew

Spritz or soak your makeup brushes in these concoctions to bid bacteria goodbye.
The Clean Up Crew Spritz or soak your makeup brushes in these concoctions to bid bacteria goodbye.

We’ve taught you what makeup brushes to use and how to clean them up. So now, we treat you to the most effective brush cleansers you can place on your top shelf.

There are two types of brush cleaners: one that spot cleans, and the other that deep cleans. Spot cleaners are the ones you use for daily cleaning, or right after your primping routine. Spritz them right on your brushes’ bristles and wipe the residue off with a clean tissue. It is important that your brushes are free from product before you store them to prevent the growth of bacteria. You see, every time you swipe on makeup on your face using your brushes, makeup, dust (yes), and oil mix, therefore, creating a recipe for skin disaster. Deep cleansers, or brush shampoos lift all the unmentionables from your brush. Aside from getting your brushes immaculate, deep cleaning your tools once a week extends their lives.

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Prolong your brushes' lives and get done with paranoia, skin emergencies, and bacteria by stashing this clean up crew in your kit. Launch the gallery to see them all.