7/13/2008

MakeUp : Tip No. 7


Clean your MakeUp brushes and sponges frequently. Unfortunately they are bacteria magnets! And half of the fight against blemishes is reducing the amount of acne-causing bacteria on your skin. Generally, I just wash my applicators with the liquid wash from my skin care regime. But if you want to be really thorough - spray them with isopropyl alcohol after every application as well.

3 comments:

scarlettredmaple said...

I never thought about there being bacteria in my makeup brushes.. The thing is, I don't know what I should use to clean them, and I'm not sure if I have isopropyl alcohol or that other stuff...

Isabelle White said...

You can buy it from RiteAid. Follow this link : http://www.drugstore.com/qxp73865_333181_sespider/rite_aid/isopropyl_rubbing_alcohol_70.htm

Seline said...

I don't clean my makeup brushes :S I never knew you had to... But, I don't seem to get blemishes after I've used a powder or blush brush.