Clean beauty tools are the secret to glowing, trouble-free skin. Let's protect our skin by taking care of the tools that touch our faces everyday.
UVé Beauty Makeup Blenders
- How to Use
- How to Clean
Wet your blender with warm water. Make sure your blender is completely wet. Squeeze out excess water and pat with a paper towel.
Dab it with your favorite foundation.
Blend on your face using a light dabbing motion for superior coverage.
1. Wet your blender with water until it's totally saturated.
2. Add some soap. Use liquid or bar soap as budget friendly options (baby soap is the most gentle).
3. Dish detergent works as a low-cost cleanser but will leave a lot of residue so it is advised against using to avoid skin irritation.
4. Use your hands to gently wash out any buildup. You can use a scrub pad but if not careful, you can damage your blender.
5. Always let it dry completely in an open space.
Tips to keep your Makeup Brushes clean
Clean your brushes at least once a week to avoid the makeup, dirt, and oil buildup that allows bacteria to fester.
To clean daily or weekly, use a quick brush cleanser.
For deep washes (once per month), use a gentle shampoo or soap such as baby shampoo.
Gently re-mold each brush into its original shape if necessary.
Don’t completely submerge your brushes in water. This can cause the wood to swell and crack. It can also loosen the glue that holds the brushes in place.
Don’t dry your brushes upright. This can trap water in the base of the brush which can cause rotting of the wood. Lay them flat to dry.
Don’t allow water to enter the barrel of the handle. Water trapped in the barrel can rot the adhesive, leading to an unpleasant odor and brush hair loss.
Don’t squeeze the bristles dry as this can alter the shape of the brush.
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