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May 24, 2018

The Best Way to Clean Makeup Brushes

The Best Way to Clean Makeup Brushes
As an MK Director or Consultant, it is essential to protect your investments! One way to do this is by protecting and properly caring for your brushes. According to dermatologists makeup brushes should be thoroughly cleaned on a weekly basis at the very least to prevent bacteria building up. Teach your clients and unit members the best way to clean makeup brushes.

The Best Way to Clean Makeup Brushes

At the very least you should clean your makeup tools once a week to prevent buildup. Because these brushes are used on the face, the cleaner, the better. Brushes used near eyes should be cleaned daily, and this is non-negotiable.

Cleaning your MK makeup brushes can extend the lives of the bristles and make for a better application. The hairs on your brush and sponge applicants are porous so they hold on to oils and debris so if the tool is dirty your makeup will be spotty and difficult to blend.

What Should I Use to Clean My Brushes?

The best method for cleaning your makeup brushes requires only a little water and soap. I highly suggest using the Mary Kay® Brush Cleaner. It helps to condition the bristles and protect your investment. After cleaning, the brushes feel new and perform like new.

How Do I Clean My Brushes?

Follow these simple steps to ensure your brushes are clean and feel good as new.
The Best Way to Clean Makeup Brushes
  1. Wet brushes with warm water (NOT hot)
  2. Use 1 to 3 sprays of MK’s brush cleaner or a drop of soap in the palm of your hand
  3. Gently massage the bristles in your palm using a clockwise motion
  4. Rinse the bristles
  5. Using a clean towel squeeze out any excess water
  6. Let your brushes dry with the bristles hanging off the edge of the counter so they can dry in the correct shape.
Never EVER let your MK brushes dry on a towel! This will cause your bristles to be mildewed, causing breakouts and other reactions.

When Do I Need to Toss My Brushes?

It is time to toss your MK brushes when the bristles start to shed or delay. I cannot emphasize this enough. Having the right tools are just as critical as having the right MK product.

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