Such a simple thing, right? And yet, it makes a world of difference to brush washing. When I’m doing a lot of swatches, I invariably use a lot of brushes, and kind of groan when I realise that the situation needs taking in hand if I’m to swatch anything else in the week. The Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Palette slips on to your hand and you can work your brushes against the nubs to get them really clean.
You get a free trial of the Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Gel, but for preference I use a solid brush cleansing bar. If you’re using the gel, you’d add a bit to the bottom of the palette, dampen your brush and then work it around a bit to loosen up all the old make up. If you use a solid bar, then after dampening, sweep it around the bar and then work it.
It’s a very simple concept that has made brush washing much easier, and it’s £12.99. I know that some readers have already spotted this on shelf in branches of Superdrug but it hasn’t quite made it on line yet apart from the US based RealTechniques site. You can easily order the Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Palette from HERE and postage is reasonable.
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