How to clean makeup brushes and sponges
Squeeze some baby shampoo or Cetaphil cleanser in a small bowl of water. Dip your brushes in the bowl and swirl around. Rinse with water and then lay flat to dry.
Lay them flat to dry.
When was the last time you washed your makeup brushes? If the answer is last week, you're in great shape. If the answer was last month, then I'll let that slide. If the answer is, "I don't remember," then we have a problem.
Not cleaning your makeup brushes (at least once a month) can result in unwanted blemishes and breakouts. Which is why it's SO IMPORTANT give your brushes and sponges some serious TLC on the reg. I promise, it takes only a five minutes out of your day and you don't have to break the bank to enjoy squeaky clean brushes. I'm over on Glitter Guide this week, dishing on three easy ways to clean your makeup brushes and sponges. From one-step brush cleansers to DIY household items, here's how to clean makeup brushes (for a fraction of the price).