Quick Makeup Tip: An Improv Cleanser for Your Brushes

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Quick Makeup Tip: An Improv Cleanser for Your Brushes

In a pinch, your face wash doubles as a brush cleanser!

I’ve been wearing makeup and cleaning brushes for a bazillion years and just figured this out, like, yesterday, so of course I had to tell ya. I wanted to wash my brushes and didn’t feel like digging through the mountain of boxes in my bedroom, so I tried this with a Korres face wash I had on hand, and it worked like a charm.

I do think this tip does have a small caveat, though. It should probably be a face wash that removes makeup, sunscreen and can cut through oil. I think something foamy is helpful, too, to remove any long-wearing bits and bobs of makeup from your brush bristles. I can’t imagine it working as well with something gentle, creamy and non-foaming, like Cetaphil cleanser, however if you try it and it works, you’ll have to let me know.

Building those muscles, day one

I watched this video about building your happiness muscles a while back, and so I’m trying a new exercise for the next two weeks.

Every day, I make a small note of two things I’m grateful for.

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