Saturday, 21 March 2015
Hey guys! So I feel you deserve a explanation for me being away... the problem is I don't have a good excuse. I know tut tut Abi... however I am back and ready more than ever because I cant wait to start posting again. There should be a lot of new posts not only about makeup but I've been to India so I will write a post about that and maybe some on revision tips because it's getting close to exams now if you're in England (eek!) so I thought that might be helpful. If you could give me suggestion as to what to post that would be great and I'll see what I can do! :)
Tuesday, 17 March 2015
I'm If you are anything like me this is quite new to you and no matter how much I searched on pinterest I couldn't find a good way of washing my brushes and after investing in some real technique brushes I wanted to take care of them so I thought I'd put a quick tutorial for all those struggling like I was. In the tutorial I use the Estee Lauder Makeup Brush Cleanser which I got for £12 at boots but I know Feel Unique sell it too. Originally I went to buy the Clinque one but they were all out of stock but the Estee Lauder one is so good so I'm glad I got it.
So the first step is to spary the cleanser on a clean surface. I use a couple of squirts just to make sure.
Next grab your brush and whirl it around in the cleanser and after a while you should see it getting cleaner.
Then rinse it under the tap at room temperature and leave to dry.
I hope this helps and that your brushes are always clean!