If I asked you, “When was the last time you cleaned your makeup?” Most of you would probably cringe when you realize that either you haven’t really cleaned your makeup or it has been forever since you did!
Everyone knows already that cleaning your makeup brushes is essential to prevent all that gunk and germs from collecting and transferring to our faces, but if your makeup is swimming in pools of germs, your clean brushes aren’t going to do you any good to prevent possible infections.
MAKE SURE TO WASH YOUR HANDS BEFORE GETTING STARTED! As in wash it with soap and water in the duration of 2 Happy Birthday Songs. 🙂
Let’s get started:
- An isopropyl alcohol is great for killing bacteria that could be living in your precious makeup. A concentration of 70% or higher is recommended but try to avoid 99% because it might evaporate too fast…
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