Cleaning your makeup brush and sponge is a fun and easy way to clean your face, so I’ve compiled a few tips to help you get the most out of your makeup.
You can even use these to cleanse your skin and hair, or for makeup remover, if you have oily skin.
Here are the basics of cleaning your makeup brushes and skincare sponges:Clean your brush:First of all, cleaning your brush is actually pretty simple.
It can be tricky to figure out which part of the brush is which, so here’s what to look for:To clean the tip of the sponge, take the tip and wipe it down with a soft sponge or tissue paper.
The more the sponge is wetted, the more it will stick to the sponge and stick to anything that may get in its way.
If you see that the sponge has a bit of dirt in it, that is ok.
You just want to make sure it’s not too much and that the dirt is out of the way.
If you have a loose brush, it might be easier to just put it on the sink and let it soak in water until it’s completely dry.
If your brush has a small hole in it or a lot of bristles sticking out, you might need to remove it with a sponge and a clean cloth.
You don’t want to damage the bristles or the tip, but make sure you can see where the hole is and where it is sticking out.
If your brush doesn’t have any bristles, take a sponge that has been dipped in warm water and clean the inside with a clean towel.
You might need a paper towel to get rid of the water, or you can just scrub the bristled part of your brush.
The next step is to rinse the sponge with cold water and apply a small amount of alcohol to the tip to remove any excess water.
This will allow the bristling to dry.
If the tip is dirty, try a damp sponge, or wipe the inside of the bristle with a dry cloth.
Use a brush brush and wipe the tip down with the bristly side of the cloth.
If the tip still has a lot in it and the sponge still looks wet, you’re probably just not cleaning enough.
You may need to apply a second brush to the surface of the surface.
If it doesn’t dry up completely, it’s probably time to apply another brush to help remove any dirt.
If it still looks sticky, try applying a thin layer of alcohol over the bristler.
You should only be able to remove a thin coating of alcohol from the bristlle, but it will help it dry down more.
If a thick layer of wax is stuck to the bristlemitt, or if it’s sticking to the sides of the tip while it’s drying, it probably needs to be removed with a small sponge and dry with a paper towels.
You can also clean up the brush bristles with a tissue or a tissue paper, but this is not a recommended method.
If there are still a lot more bristles stuck to your brush, you can try cleaning it with your fingernail, or using a wet cloth.
If cleaning your sponge does not work, try using a little more alcohol.
If this works, try rubbing the sponge against your finger.
This can help loosen up the dirt that’s stuck to it.
If that doesn’t work, you may want to try rubbing it against the inside surface of your toothbrush to loosen it up.
This post was originally published on January 20, 2018.