To my fellow germaphobes—
I get you. I really do. I’ve (sadly) thrown out fabulous lipsticks after a nasty cold. I’ve stopped using powder compacts before I hit the pan because I realized that I used a dirty brush (or sponge) upon application. So much makeup wasted and beauty-loving hearts broken.
But maybe, it doesn’t have to be that way anymore.
The big bottle is a Conditioning Brush Cleaner, the packet contains Cosmetic Sanitizer Wipes, and the small spray is the Cosmetic Sanitizer Spray. I tried all three of them today, but let’s talk about the brush cleaner first since I’m usually so lazy when it comes to washing them.
The instructions tell you to spritz your brush with the cleanser, and once damp, swirl it over a dry paper towel. This will get rid of all the dirt, oil, and bacteria in your brushes. P.S. Don’t spray it on the paper towel first—it won’t be as effective.
Now here’s the question: How many spritzes does it take to clean a very dirty brush? My answer after the jump! Continue reading