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Tuesday, May 17, 2016



Coconut Oil


You may use baby shampoo or dish detergent 


Place one drop of soap in palm

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Dip brush in oil (a little bit) & spin brush into your palm

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Squeeze the excess water out of your brush


Woah! Look at the residue!


Yuck!


Not quite! *cleans brush again*


Oh yeah!


Lean your brushes upright on a paper towel and allow them to dry overnight!


These babies are clean and ready for use :)


How often do you clean your brushes? Do you use the same method?


                                     







54 comments on "How to ?"
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    1. Thank you Kristine, will do! :D
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  2. Ohhh I SO need to do this! Thank you for sharing this clear & easy tutorial!
    XO IMKE | Pastellics

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  3. No problem! Thanks for stopping by :D
    xoSE

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  4. I definitely don't wash my brushes enough! I have never thought of using coconut oil before, will try this out next time!

    Sophie X

    Sophiemloves.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Hi Sophie,
      I read online that you should clean your brushes weekly. There's a lot of bacteria on your brushes and you don't want that on your face. You can use olive oil also.

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  5. Hi Sasha, I never thought of using coconut oil for my brushes I always opt for baby shampoo. Might just try this trick because I just the smell of coconut.x

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    1. Hi Steph,
      I love smell of coconut oil too! The oil really helps to break down the gunk.
      xoSE

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  6. haha i need to wash my brushes more often so this was a great post!

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  7. I haven't cleaned my brushes in SO long! I keep putting it off. Thx for reminding me that I need to do it LOL

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  9. Great post. I clean my brushes after every use, yeah I know I am weird, lol. I always use professional brush soap.
    xox
    Lenya
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    1. Ha! Not weird at all! It's good that you do that. You must have really good skin. I just wish I had the time and energy to do that, lol. I clean them weekly.
      xoSE

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  10. I need to clean my brushes more than I do. I generally just use baby shampoo but the oil tip is good and I will try that next time.
    LaToya
    www.toyastales.blogspot.com

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    2. The oil helps break down the residue! You should try it :)
      xoSE

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  11. Thanks for sharing dear! Very helpful!
    Xoxo,
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  12. Love this post. Thank for sharing & Happy Weekend! xx

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  13. Thanks for sharing this. I just started using a brush when applying foundation, so this will come in handy. :)

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  14. I try to clean my brushes once a week.. it's such a chore!! But it has to be done! Lol
    Jenny Loves Beauty

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    1. Yeah, it breaks down the residue! You can use olive oil also.
      xoSE

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  16. This is really helpful, thanks for sharing! I think your blog is lovely also, let me know if you would like to follow each other! x

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    1. No Problem! Sure, I'll follow you on bloglovin' :)
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  17. I hate cleaning my brushes, its always such a mission!
    a life of a charlotte
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    1. Same here but we have to do it :/ I think I should invest in one of those brush cleaner gadgets!
      xoSE

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  19. wow! great tip! this is so much cheaper than the cleansers at sephora!

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  20. So true! I love this method :D
    xoSE

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  21. Thanks for your suggestion!!
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    Marina
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  22. I always love reading beauty blog tips! Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. No problem, thanks for stopping by! :D
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  23. Nice blog dear!

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  24. I love this post. I get breakouts because my skin is so sensitive and cleaning my brushes properly is so important. Thanks for sharing.

    Xo,
    Miki
    http://mikialamode.com

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  25. Same here! Thanks for stopping by :D
    xoSE

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  26. Same here! Thanks for stopping by :D
    xoSE

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  27. Great picks! Love them all.Thanks for sharing!
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