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Best Ways To Clean Makeup Brushes With Common Household Products | Pantry Beauty

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Insider’s Caroline Aghajanian is using her time at home to finally clean her makeup brushes. She typically cleans her brushes with her face wash and a makeup-brush-cleaning mat, but she will test out three other popular methods for alternative options. The first method is mixing extra-virgin olive oil with dish soap, like Dawn or Palmolive. The extra-virgin olive oil can help break down makeup and can also moisturize the bristles so the brushes don’t dry out. The second method is with hot water, white vinegar, and dish soap mixed together into a cup. The white vinegar will help disinfect the makeup brushes. The third method is washing brushes with castile soap, like Dr. Bronner’s castile soap, and disinfecting with apple cider vinegar afterwards. All of these methods will leave makeup brushes clean and ready for application.

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22 thoughts on “Best Ways To Clean Makeup Brushes With Common Household Products | Pantry Beauty

  1. Me: gets acne from just breathing
    This girl: *uses the same foundation brush everyday*

  2. #SpreadLove during these times

  3. Love this, Caroline! I use Zote soap to wash my brushes (costs only $1!). I shared a quick tutorial in my video here:

  4. Plz share and like page

  5. The method you use should depend on the product you are removing. Like dissolves like.

  6. I personally use sone shampoo first, swirl it over my palm and tgen clean it. Afterwards I use some condiotioner and do the exact same process to take the remaining gunk out, but it also makes em really soft and smell reaaaally good. If you wanna disinfect them spray them with some alcohol, but not a lot! ^-^

  7. I clean my foundation buffing brush every time I use it, rinse it over the sink with miceller water and then wet and clean with regular hand soap. It takes less than five minutes

  8. in my opinion you shouldn’t soak your brushes if the water goes over the brisels. i use the shampoo – vinegar – conditiner method but it’s only good for bruses only one person uses.(not for professionals). i have one set of bruses, i have been washing them once a week for 7 years and they still feel brand new.(they’re from Real Teqniques)

  9. Here some tips from a broke-ass b!tch who has too much free time to experiment and think: 🤓

    “Please don’t dunk your brushes and soak them”

    – Liquid soap is very convenient for powder brushes; As for brushes that are covered in cream or liquid, scrub or swirl them into a bar of soap will do the trick. If you use Dr. Bronners’ liquid soap, you might as well grab the bar too.

    – Adding mineral oil instead of plant-based oil into the soap can help break down the makeup faster since mineral oil-based products and silicones are the best at melting down makeup. You can use baby oil because it’s just mineral oil with fragrance. Plant-based oils are harder to remove even with soap so they can still be on the brush which you might think is great, but if those oils get on your skin it can cause problems, especially those with acne.

    – This is for those who have a rice cooker, the plastic spoon that comes with the cooker has textures you can use to scrub your brushes. Kitchen gloves sometimes have textures that you can use as well.

    – When all the soap is clear, place your brush between both hands bristles facing down then run your hands back and forward vigorously like you’re making fire with a stick. This will spin all of that water out of your brush making drying time a lot faster. Squeezing and pulling the water out can pull the hair out too, I had a whole brush head yanked out of the ferrule once. Similar to that Stylo brush spinning thing but cheaper OwO

  10. * Mentioning how you don’t want the water to get into your brush’s handle (the metal neck of the brush which is the most vital part of the brush is called a “ferrule” btw) *

    * minutes later *

    * dunking the whole brush including the ferrule into a soapy acidic solution *

    I-

  11. 💃👑💅

  12. Please, please don’t submerge brushes above the ferrule. You’ll disrupt the glue and shorten the brush’s lifespan. For blenders, use hot water, hand-wash laundry detergent & white vinegar in a small pot with a lid. Close them inside, shake the pot around, & as with the agitation of a washing machine, it will deep clean the blender

    1. maelienydd thanks for the blender hack and good reminder about the ferule! Just screen capped this.

  13. I’ve done the first method before with the virgin olive oil but the oil left an oily residue and I had to repeatedly clean them with dish soap to get rid of it. The second method with the vinegar seemed the best but in theory the third method which is so similar to the 2nd would work great.

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  15. YEET

  16. Soo useful and satisfying

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