- Paper towel
- Empty spray bottle
- Washcloth / towel
- Dirty brush(s)
- Brush cleanser
Step 1: Transfer some of the liquid into a spray bottle.
Step 2: Spray your dirty brush, mainly the top.
Step 3: Wipe it on the wash cloth until the dirt comes off.
Step 4: Make sure to do it a couple of times if you're cleaning your foundation brush.
Method #2 (I'd say this is the easiest way, but you'll waste lots of paper towel):
Step 1: Fold the paper towel into four and pour the cleanser
Step 2: Just like the first method, wipe the bristles until the dirt comes off.
Step 3: Unfold the paper towel to reveal a clean spot and wipe your brush one more time. Do it over and over again until it's clean or at least good enough to use.
- The cleanser i was using is from Mac (I bought it for $15 last year, i don't know how much it is now)
- The brush is the Coastal Scents flat kabuki brush
- For a cheaper alternative, i believe ELF carry a brush cleanser/shampoo
Remember, cleaning your brush is very important. Imagine using the same brush over and over again with the same bacteria. Dirty brush might cause a break out or a rash on your face (if your face is sensitive).
Don't forget to wash your brush at least once a week!