How To Clean Make Up Brushes
Jan12

How To Clean Make Up Brushes

Make up brushes are major magnets for dirt, sweat, and bacteria. Be sure to clean them every two to three weeks in order to keep them sanitary and prevent bacteria related breakouts. You can either find a special make up brush cleaning solution at a beauty supply store or just use a gentle baby shampoo (such as Aubrey Organics Natural Baby & Kids Shampoo – $4 for 8 ounces) that doesn’t have harsh detergents or scents.   Follow the below steps:   1)    Hold the bristles of the brushes under warm running water. 2)    Apply a few drops of the cleaning solution or baby shampoo to the bristles and rub to a lather. 3)    Rinse the bristles of the brushes under warm running water until the water runs clear. Keep rinsing until the water that runs off the bristles is clean and without make up, dirt or shampoo suds. 4)    Lay a clean towel out on your bathroom counter and spread the brushes out on the towel. 5)    Allow the brushes to air...

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How To Live LUSH
Jan04

How To Live LUSH

LUSH loves supporting environmental, humanitarian and animal rights charities. That’s why they created the Charity Pot, a fresh hand and body moisturizer with the fragrance of a spring garden. Every penny of the retail price (excluding taxes) goes directly to the charities that LUSH supports. Pick up a Pot. You’ll feel good on the inside AND on the outside… plus you won’t stink. Click below to get the goods:...

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Two Minute Smokey Eyeliner
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Hair Care & Skin Care Routine
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