Only a small amount of product can clean a huge brush. It smells good, others not really. I would say go for it if you are not on a budget.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
it's an actual shampoo that is deep cleaning. you have to rinse your burshing and allow to air dry after cleaning with this product...not like other cleaners where you just apply the product and wipe your brushes clean (that's for "daily use" cleaners).
There's the brush shampoo, and the brush cleaner. The brush cleaner (the other one) is more for everyday and won't get the stuff that's in a bit deeper. This one is better for foundation brushes where the brush picks up more product and has deeper-set gunk. For powder brushes, the other is probably sufficient.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
I prefer the shampoo vs. the anti-bacterial spray because it adheres to the brush & product to really clean the makeup brush. I tried just using anti-bacterial soap previously and it left my brushes dried out. The bottle lasts for about 8-12 months with regular use on your brushes.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
There are a lot of brush cleaners on the market right now. Some are for daily cleaning, and some are for a more heavy duty cleaning, for once or twice a week. There are also towelettes available for cleaning brushes. Some cleaners are anti-bacterial and some are not.
Frankly, I haven't found one that's way better than the next. Some are a little stronger which would be good if you use a lot of heavy oil based products with your brushes. Otherwise, most any cleaner seems to work pretty well. Some people prefer the anti-bacterial cleaners, especially if they have any skin issues. Even if they don't, it protects the brushes from bacterial growth.
Hope this helps.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(ATLANTA LOOKS GREAT THIS TIME OF YEAR)
This one works.....I promise! It cleans all of the germs from acne, etc. My acne has gotten much better since I was told to wash my makeup brushes.
answered 6 years, 1 month ago