One of the very first YouTube videos that I ever watched was on cleaning makeup brushes (it was by OxfordJasmine who I don’t think even blogs any more). Up until that point, I’d never seen the pleasure in it, but there is something very satisfying about seeing your clean brushing drying all in a row in the sunshine.
I put the new Makeup Revolution Solid Brush Cleanser to the test on the most difficult brushes to clean – my Chanel brush and one of my Artis brushes, both of which I use for foundation and creme blush. They’re more difficult because the bristles are so tightly packed that they do like to hang on to product.
It’s a very decent solid cleanser – I didn’t get a lot of lather from it but it certainly did the job beautifully and it’s a great buy at £5 that I’m pleased to have. I really do prefer solid cleansers to liquid cleansers for the job. It doesn’t have any particular kind of fragrance to it that I could tell and it’s also SLS and sulphate free. You can find it HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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