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.
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