The Ultimate Beauty Cleanse To Keep Makeup Tools Fresh

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Published Date: 25 Aug, 2019 Updated date: 25 Aug, 2019

Early mornings directs people to have fresh starts and cleanses, and we are not only cleansing our bodies and minds but our makeup bags as well! After all, tidy surroundings mean a more organized life, and we’re all for a little order in our hectic lives.

From liner to lipstick, here’s how to take your makeup bag from faded to fresh with simple tricks and tips. Some of the best practices for Makeup Tools to look fresh are:

Use rubbing alcohol & a spray bottle for cleaner Makeup Tools

The best way to get Makeup Tools including brushes and application pads spic and span are also one of the simplest. While there are many makeup cleaners on the market, nothing works better than rubbing alcohol bought from your local drug mart. Toss it in a spray bottle and clean your brushes weekly to get rid of any leftover deposits.

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Simply spray and wipe down with a paper towel for a disinfecting sheen. Be sure to get the 99% isopropyl and not 70% to get rid of pesky bacteria. Aside from brushes, the spray also works on sponges, metal tools, pencil sharpeners and basically almost everything!

Baby wipes on everything to avoid dirt on Makeup Tools

Baby wipes are a beauty guru’s ultimate secret weapon including makeup tool. From makeup removal to cleaning and everything in between, there’s almost nothing these babies (excuse the pun) can’t do. And, they’re cheaper than otherwise branded makeup wipes while containing the same active ingredients. To get make-up bags that can’t be thrown into the washer zesty and clean, use baby wipes on the regular to rub them down.

They’ll remove greasy smears, loose powder and any other makeup leftovers that have leaked their way into your bag over time. Top tip, they also work wonders cleaning glasses, everything from your expensive Tom Ford glasses to the cheap throwaway specs you bought on holiday!

Give your make-up sponges a thorough rinsing for clean Makeup tools

Makeup sponges are a bit of a tough one to get super clean. We once read about a so-called hack that recommended putting them in the dishwasher to clean them but just found that they were saturated with nasty dishwater and no more the cleaner after the cycle run. Instead, try filling a container with water and either liquid soap or baby shampoo.

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Thoroughly rinse the sponges in the mixture making sure they get nice and bubbly while you work them over, then rinse under the tap and let air dry. If you’re still not convinced, they’re clean, giving them the weekly rubbing alcohol spray as well as rinsing them ensures they’re fresher than fresh!

Dispose of old products for safe Makeup Tool

We’re all guilty of being beauty product hoarders from time to time and who can blame us with so many amazing products on the market? Sometimes, we beauty junkies just want to spoil ourselves. However, when beauty clutter adds up, the only way to get rid of it is to do an old product cleanse. If you haven’t used it in the past six months, toss it.

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Keeping your beauty collection streamlined not only saves you time but keeps things sanitary as well. Beauty products expire and you don’t want to be using expired makeup on those beautiful faces!

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