3 Odd Ways To Clean Out Your Over-Used Beauty Blender
To think of a time before beauty blenders came along is a horrible flashback. Seriously, how did we even apply our foundation? With our fingers? Ew. A foundation brush is no better, especially with the extreme lengths I’d go without washing them out. I know, guilty as charged. To achieve the perfect make-up look requires a healthy and clean base, if your skin starts to act out, it’s time to get serious about cleaning your make-up applicators.
Buying make-up brush cleansers aren’t cheap either, even though they work like a charm – it can burn in a hole in our pockets if go a little over board. A beauty blender can soak up a shocking amount of product, this shouldn’t be a surprise if you’re a long-time user.
Here are some ways to clean out your beauty blender you may have never heard of, it’s easy and most importantly – it’s cheap!
If you have a younger sibling running around in your house, then you’ll most likely be able to find one of these in the bathroom. Hey, if it’s gentle enough to clean a baby, it’s gentle enough for your delicate sponge-best friend without all the harsh chemicals. Buy a bottle of Johnson’s Baby Bath Top-To-Toe (500ml) for RM19.90 at Watsons.