It's so much easier to use a soft sponge to clean the brushes.
1. Wet sponge.
2. Pump a little shampoo onto the sponge and slightly work into sponge.
3. Dampen bristles of brush(es).
4. Swirl in sponge/shampoo until all make-up is gone.
5. Rinse brush(es).
If the sponge gets super dirty while cleaning, just run it under water and squeeze out the solution.
Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
(Sherman Oaks, CA)
I like to squirt a dime size amount in my hand and swirl the brush around, but you could also squirt a small amount on the brush and work it into the brush as you rinse it. You may have to repeat the process 2x to really remove all the product...especially when dealing with concealers or face makeup.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
It has a shampoo-like texture, which you pump out into your palm. Then you gently rub the wet brush into the gel to work it into the brush (there will be little or no 'sudsing'). Once it is worked through all the bristles, you simply rinse well, pat the brush carefully on a towel, then re-shape and lay flat to dry overnight. Obviously you need to do this when you have time to allow brushes to dry completely, as you wouldn't want to use them in cosmetic while wet. Makes your brushes amazingly fluffy, but doesn't damage, dry out or change the texture of the bristles!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
you should wet the brush first, then pump one pump onto the brush. then swirl the brush around in the palm of your palm, allowing the product in the brush to come out. then when finished, rinse the brush.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
I wash my hand thoroughly. I dampen the brush tips, pump a small bit of shampoo on hand and gently swirl the brush into the shampoo. It came off quickly and easily on all brushes except for the foundation and concealer brushes.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
I wet my brushes with warm water and then spray the product in my hand. I then swirl the brushes in the shampoo(till makeup is washed out)then rinse clean and air dry. It is good if you can rest your brushes off the end of your bathroom counter or any counter to let all the bristles air dry.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Put some shampoo on the brush, then make a cup with your hand and put some water in it. Lather up your brush then run rinse and let brush dry. You will notice the difference.
I just use a couple of squirts of the brush cleaner in my hand and then swirl the brush in that. Sometimes you have to clean the brushes twice.
answered 5 years ago
(Boynton Beach, FL)