Your Makeup Brushes have Bugs in them..

Ok, so your makeup brushes probably don’t have bugs in them, but now that I have your attention. I cannot begin to express to you the importance of maintaining sanitary makeup brushes and tools.  Cleaning makeup brushes is not my favorite task. In fact, I find it absolutely dreadful, but  Skipping out on good, regular cleanings can lead to a mess of unnecessary problems and germs.DSC00038.JPG

Germs GERMS Germs!

Using dirty makeup brushes just transfers germs, the dirt and bacteria on your brushes is not only being transferred to your face but also to every product it touches. So yes, you just spread the bacteria from your brush to your eyeliner or powder and then to your face ! NOT TRILL! You may think a particular product is breaking you out when it could really be the tool you use to apply it.


Dirty brushes can cause clogged pores and unwanted breakouts.

How often should I wash my brushes?

Depends on how often they are used, where you keep your brushes and what type of products you use. If you can literally see the bristles sticking together due to product build up…yea…it’s probably time. I try to never go more than two weeks at the absolute longest on my personal brushes.

Dirty Brushes are killing your makeup look

You simply cannot get precise application with dirty brushes. Dirty brushes give a dirty, blotchy makeup application.

Stop wasting your money

Cleaning your brushes regularly keeps them in good shape and prolongs their life span. We all know that a good set of brushes can be costly so protect your investment!