Do you clean your makeup brushes ladies? Here's the low down on MAC's Brush Cleanser:
MAC Brush Cleanser is the first brush cleanser I have ever bought. It is a very watery pink liquid (don't worry, it doesn't stain your brushes or that would defeat the purpose!). The smell of which is reminiscent of acetone (nail varnish remover) just incase you decide to whiff it from the bottle.
It comes in a flip top squeezy bottle that runs the risk of pouring out too much if you're not careful. To get around this, I pour some product into a spritzer bottle and dispense product that way. Alternatively, you can also pour a set amount into a container and dip the brush bristles in there to clean.
It takes under a minute to clean small eye brushes used with powder products and longer for cream-laden lip brushes or large face brushes.
In a pinch, these can also be used to clean your brushes on the go -- just spray an amount on the bristles and wipe on a tissue. Without wetting it thoroughly with water, your brushes will be dry and ready to go within an hour.
I find that it does the job effectively, disinfects the brushes. The bottle lasts me about 6 months and that's with regular use, but of course it also depends on how many brushes you use and need to clean with every wash.
This MAC brush cleanser is something I used to use regularly and I admit is perfect for on-the-go, but then since I've found an even better way to deep cleanse my brushes that's more effective at retaining its original colour. More about that to come in another post!
The MAC Brush Cleanser (£10 for 7.9 fl oz) is available from your local MAC Cosmetics store or the MAC website.
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