Cleaning Makeup Brushes | 3 Ways


One of my least favourite chores in cleaning my makeup brushes! Something that most people don't enjoy and I certainly don't do it enough! But here are three of my favourite products for cleaning my brushes, which softens the blow! 

MAC Brush Cleaner - £11 - I think of this brush cleaner as more of a disinfectant, although saying that it does lather up well. It's designed to lengthen the life of brushes and makes them smell fresh and feel squeaky clean. 

Johnsons Baby Shampoo - £1.75 - A super cheap alternative, this is lovely and gentle on the brushes, lathers up really well and makes your brushes so soft! 

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap in Peppermint - £5.99 - Although I got this one at TK Maxx for cheaper! I've also tried the Baby Mild scent but this one is my favourite. The Peppermint smells divine and just makes your brushes feel soft and clean, this is definitely my favourite brush cleaner! 

How do you wash your makeup brushes?

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  1. I use baby shampoo to wash my brushes too! It leaves them super soft and smelling amazing! x
    Aisling | Aislings beauty bytes

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  2. I use the Simple soap bars to clean my brushes, it really does give a deep clean and makes them super soft!
    Jodie xo // JodieLoue

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    1. Ooh I've never tried them, will have to give it a go! xx

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  3. I use Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap in Lemon. :)

    hushhush990.blogspot.com

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    1. Ooh I've never tried the Lemon scent before, I bet it smells amazing! x

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  4. I used antibacterial handwash last time! xx

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  5. I've used all three of these methods. :-) Right now I'm on a Sephora solid bar cleanser kick...but Dr. Bronners, MAC and Baby shampoo have all made appearences in my brush cleansing routine. I find that the MAC cleanser lathers better with natural hair brushes rather than synthetic brushes. :-)

    Beauty Isles | An Island Girl's Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Yeah definitely agree with that :) x

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  6. I'm going to have to start washing my brushes more frequently, there's nothing better than doing make up with freshly clean brushes, it's similar to jumping into bed when you have fresh bedding hahah, great post hun!

    Beth x
    www.bethelouise.com

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    1. Ah totally agree with that haha! I'm the same, I need to wash them more, love the fresh feeling! Thanks lovely! x

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  7. I use the MAC cleanser for spot cleaning and Johnson's Baby Shampoo for a deep cleanse once a week x

    Jenny | That Northern Gal

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    1. Love having freshly washed brushes! x

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  8. I have never tried any of these, I usually use just a cheap shampoo or hand wash to clean mine. I like the idea of the Dr Bronner's one, never heard of the brand. Thank you for sharing :) xx

    www.thejulyjournal.com

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    1. Dr Bronner is so good, you can buy them cheaper in TK Maxx, they normally have a good range of scents too! xx

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  9. I am sooooo lazy when it comes to washing my make up brushes, but this has motivated me to go out and buy one of these!
    http://blackisthenewblackkk.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Me too haha! Really need to wash them more often! x

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