How to clean Beauty Blenders + 2 Ways To Clean Makeup Brushes




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How to clean Beauty Blenders + 2 Ways To Clean Makeup Brushes

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  1. NOOOOOOO everyone stop dont use anyyyy other soap for cleaning ur brushes than zote…dont believe me search videos like " cleaning brushes with zote soap and youll hear the best reviews plus its only .97 cents at Walmart give it a try

  2. Darling, I have three times more brushes than you have. Listen, it is extremely important for brushes , ALL, to be deeply cleansed on a regular basis. Spot cleaning certain ones is not acceptable. There is a type of bacteria that can develop within the bristles of the brush, extremely resistant to minor cleaners, but can endanger your life. A woman in the U.S used one such brush and within minutes she collapsed, was taken to the hospital and although the staff was able to save her life, the bacteria entered through the pores of her face, and affected her spinal cord. She survived but won't be able to walk again. Don't tell your followers to spot clean anything they use with high frequency and that goes over their skin. It is irresponsible and uneducated.

  3. Is it just me or do a lot of people including her sound like robots when talking. Plse plse just talk normally. Talk as though yr sitting down on the couch chatting with a mate. Puts me right off.

  4. 1.coconut oil
    2.dish washing liquid
    3.anticeptic alcohol sanitizer or lotion
    combine all these, it does the same work, rather buying and looking for these beauty blender and brush cleansers, I don't wanna waste my money so I use these things to clean my brushes n beauty blenders..;) hope it works for you all..try it

  5. try hanging your brushes upside down by just bundling some up in a rubber band then hooking it on a cabinent knob or something. that way water doesn't get in the blue holding in the bristles 🙂

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