How to DIY Make Up Brush Cleaner

The easiest way to make your own brush cleanser for those in between deep cleans.

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How to DIY Make Up Brush Cleaner
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There are many ways to create your own version of a make up brush cleanser. Plus this costs virtually pennies versus paying 15-20$ at a beauty store.

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NOTE: you should always 'deep clean' your brushes on a regular basis but this is a great method for quick every day use or if you are using bushes on multiple people/ using various colors.

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(To deep clean your brushes go to my guide 'things I learned In esthetics school)

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Water. Small spray bottle. Isopropyl alcohol and I add tea tree oil because a) it has great antiseptic and antibacterial properties and b) it smells of awesomeness in my book

Water. Small spray bottle. Isopropyl alcohol and I add tea tree oil because a) it has great antiseptic and antibacterial properties and b) it smells of awesomeness in my book

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Ratio: 1/3 of the bottle is alcohol and 2/3 is water. Then I add a couple drops of the oil. Make sure you leave room to add the pump in.

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Spritz on brushes and wipe on cloth or towel. The alcohol makes the brushes dry more quickly rather than if it were just water and soap.

Spritz on brushes and wipe on cloth or towel. The alcohol makes the brushes dry more quickly rather than if it were just water and soap.

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Hope you like this! It's so simple and it's the brush cleaner I use everyday. Questions or comments? Leave a comment or msg me.

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