Thursday, June 23, 2011

DIY: How to wash your brushes for less than 8,00 $

Hey everybody!
Thought about the project: I care a lot about makeup and cleansing my face.
So I figured out that your brushes have to be cleansed so that you don't aply your old eyeshadow everytime.
I figured this out by searching around on the internet, that there are more methods to wash your brushes, then a brushcleanser for 35,00 $.

1. Find a good baby shampoo or just a regular gentle shampoo. I recommend using a neutral shampoo (parabene and perfume free) that's why a baby shampoo is perfect for this. It shouldn't cost more than 8,00 $ or less. Ps. One bottle is almost enough for cleansing your brushes one a week in a whole year.

2. Apply the needed amount of baby shampoo (or regular shampoo) in your hand. The bigger brush, the more shampoo you need. Ps. Your hans must be dry when you apply the shampoo.

3. Gently turn the brush around in your hans until the old eyeshadow will stick to the shampoo in your hand. Ps. BE GENTLE!

4. See how much old eyeshadow it picked up? It's amazing stuff.

5. Wash the shampoo of and gently squeeze the shampoo out.

6. Let it dry on a dry towel. Ps. You can use the towel to squeeze the water out before you let it dry.

7. Then you're done. Do this a night before you need the brushes and let it dry over the night. Remeber to do this at least once a week to make sure that your brushes are clean.

Update: I'm off from school today, so I'm just home running some errands and waiting to have guests for "Sankt hans aften."
I'll make an update about my outfit, makeup and stuff tonight and since I'm borred then I'll probably also blog some more today! So stay tunned for the newest updates.

Just an awesome song I'm listening a lot to at the moment.
It's; Mad world by Gary Jules.

Se you guys soon.

xxx The Fashion Mirror

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