With any make up brush, use either a specific brush cleaner or baby shampoo. Put a little shampoo in your hand, wet your brush holding it parallel to the counter top, and then swirl the brush in the soap. Rinse holding the brush parallel to the counter again to avoid water running into the handle and either rotting the handle (if they're real wood), and dissolving the glue that holds the hairs in the brush head.
Gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat on the counter with the head hanging over the side so air can circulate through it. It should dry overnight.
answered 1 month ago
Gentle soap followed by a brush cleaner (like one Sephora sells) is good. This brush is difficult to clean though, it absorbs a lot of foundation. It will take multiple cleanings in between use.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Mufe has a specific cleanser for their brushes, but you can clean it with soap and water.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
I bought Sephora's liquid spray brush cleaner (the one with the all natural cituris smell) and it works great! Just spray a few squirts on the brush and wipe it on a washrag until the makeup stops coming. Let the brush dry for a few hours (I clean mine at night so it'll be dry in the morning) and boom! Like a brand new brush!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
We recommend using the Make Up For Ever Instant Brush Cleanser! Spray the cleanser directly on a tissue and wipe the brush. Repeat if needed!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago