You can wipe off excess colors on a tissue after use. I've always washed makeup brushes in water and a liquid soap, preferably shampoo, every so often and had no problems.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
When I bought these brushes, the sales girl told me that you should wash them about once a week with a gentle shampoo and water and let air dry overnight. Just wash the bristles though....if you get the base of the brush wet, it degrades the glue and that's when you get bristles falling out. I'm sure you can just wash them out between colors, too, but it might be easier to buy a few extras if you change colors super frequently.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
Water and mild soap will do fine, especially for synthetic hair. I have in my bathroom hand wash from Bath and body works (antibacterial, deep cleansing) and it works amazing. I make brushes wet, take some soap inside my hand and with circular motion swipe it. Than under luke warm water I see if all the color is gone. I squeeze gentle excess of the water with clean cloth or toilet paper, and let them flat dry (I place brushes on the counter so hair won't touch any surface). Make sure you always treat hair for the bottom, and always be delicate.I use it every week or so, depends how dirty brushes are. I also have Sephora spray cleaner and for quick clean I spray some in the paper towel, wipe towel around the brush and pull towards myself. It's antibacterial and dries within seconds. I read somewhere that the best cleanser are without any conditioners, they must have some alcohol and dry really fast. I hope I helped a bit!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
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