How Much Would You Pay to Keep Your Brushes in Great Condition?

BeautyBlender Solid Cleanser As much as I love a good drugstore product, I can’t resist a well made brush, whatever the cost. So keeping them in good nick is paramount to protecting my investment. Now we all know we need to wash our brushes regularly to keep them in good condition (leave me a comment below if you’d like to see how I look after mine), but I recently upped the anti on what I use and I thought I’d let you in on it.

BeautyBlender Solid Cleanser Brush Sponge

Those lovely people at BeautyBlender (that make the utterly perfect makeup sponge – I can’t live without mine) have created the perfect cleanser for their sponges in the BeautyBlender Solid Cleanser. But did you know that it’s also perfect for washing your brushes? Better in fact than anything else I have in my stash, including the MAC brush cleanser, the Clinique brush cleanser and good old fashioned baby shampoo.

So while I know it’s a solid £13, compared to £1 for a huge bottle of baby shampoo, in my mind, it’s money well spent on looking after my expensive brushes.

What do you think? Am I mad? Or would you also spend on a good brush cleanser?

xXx

BeautyBlender Solid Cleanser, £13, available here

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