Brush Cleaning at its Best!

Always having used baby shampoo to clean my brushes, I was a bit sceptical of the cleansing abilities of Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap, after all it is just soap, how could it be any better at getting my brushes clean? When I saw it in the ASOS sale for under £4, I thought I may as well see what all the fuss was about. I got the Citrus Orange scent, but this comes in a range of different scents including almond, lavender and green tea.

It is a liquid soap, so much thinner than your average shampoo and gets to work straight away. In a matter of seconds, my brushes are squeaky clean and literally every scrap of dirt is removed, It made such lightwork of a usually laborious task, I am converted! This is totally worth the hype and as you only need a tiny bit, I can see this bottle lasting forever. I literally pop a small amount in the palm of my hand, swish the brush around with a bit of warm water and repeat until clean. I then lay my brushes horizontal on a tissue to ensure the excess water does not get into the head of the brush which can rot the glue and cause the hairs to fall out!

I try to wash my brushes every week, however if I need to spot clean my brushes in between, Mac Brush Cleanser (£10) is the best. I simply pop some on a tissue and wipe my brush in it until clean. The brush dries really quickly after using this, so you can use the brush again almost immediately!

What do you like to clean your brushes with?


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