I use a tiny amount of baby shampoo to clean my brushes.
answered 3 years ago
Use a gentle sulphate-free shampoo and never turn the bristles upside down under the water. Having a back up for your brush lets you give it enough time to air dry. If I really love a brush I try to get at least 2. Don't have the URL's but have seen several great tutorials on YouTube. Avoid the quick change cleansers, they trash your brushes over time.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
I use the Sephora Anti Bacterial brush shampoo. It works great. and really cleans the brushes well and leaves them very soft.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Riding the Spiral)
I use Sephora Collection Daily Brush Cleaner. Just give your brush a couple of sprays (enough to wet but not saturate) after using it each day, then let it air dry (I have a tall container for my brushes and stand it up in there, brush side up to dry). I have incredibly sensitive skin and this cleaner doesn't irritate it at all and it keeps the brush hairs soft.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
(Las Vegas, NV)
I usually just use shampoo. Ill wet the brush apply a pea size amt of shampoo in my hand and rub the brush into the shampoo on the palm of my hand until it stops leaking the color from the brush, then air dry. Hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
I use the Sephora's Daily Brush cleaner to clean and sanitize the brush on a daily basis and it works out fine.
To clean this specific brush which has synthetic fibers you can just use rubbing alcohol and your own shampoo you use for your hair. I clean my brushes with the Sephora brush cleaner and love it! But it can be expensive so there are alternatives like the rubbing alcohol. If you use make up everyday I would clean your brushes everyday after you use them and then shampoo them every week. If you don't use them everyday try cleaning them every other day and shampooing them every 2 weeks. Hope this helped!
answered 5 years ago
(San Francisco, CA)
You should clean with not only soap and water, but SHAMPOO and water as well!:)
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
(San Luis Obispo, CA)
I use my cetaphil facial cleanser...gentle, no harsh chemicals to harm the bristles.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
I get the brush wet then rub it on my facial bar soap, squeeze it through a few times with my fingertips, then rinse it out in the sink in warm water. After gently towel drying it I rub the handle between my two hands to fluff out the bristles a little bit and let it air dry. It works for all my makeup brushes.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago