Showing posts with label make up brush. Show all posts
Showing posts with label make up brush. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Spring Cleaning!

We just got this new item and I am excited to share it with you - check out this Makeup Brush Cleansing Pad!


This is a makeup brush cleansing pad in the shape of a heart. How adorable! This can be used by makeup artists or anyone who uses makeup brushes. What a great retail item! They are reusable and easy to clean.

Everyone who wears makeup needs one of these. How often do you clean your makeup brushes? They should be cleaned at least twice a month. This is an easy way to do this chore. 






To deep clean your brushes, put Make-up Brush Cleaner in a small bowl. Then dip your makeup brush into the solution (take care to keep the ferrule dry). Gently swirl the brush back and forth on the cleansing pad until all makeup residue is gone. Rinse in clean water, re-shape and lay flat to dry. 




Saturday, June 27, 2015

Are Your Make Up Brushes Clean Enough?

I just read some surprising statistics on make up brush cleaning habits, from a Harris Poll on behalf of Anisa International. According to the survey, 39% of women who use makeup brushes clean the brushes once a month, while 22% have never cleaned them. The reasons behind not cleaning brushes range from the time it takes for them to dry, to not knowing they even need to be cleaned.

Cleaning your make up brushes helps kill any bacteria on the bristles, and helps prevent breakouts. You should be cleaning your brushes at least twice a month, more depending on how much you use them. You want to be using a make brush cleaner rather than just water and dish soap. Aside from the disinfecting benefits of cleaning brushes properly, you also help extend the life of the brush.

Aside from having a quality brush cleaner for your own brushes, be sure to have some to retail to your clients. You have the opportunity to educate your clients on why cleaning their brushes is vital to their skin health, they will appreciate you taking the time to show you care about them, not just the money they spend on services!