Beauty blenders are so worth everything, especially the fact that how expensive they are! For those of yous who do not know what beauty blender is, let me help you catch up to the speed. It’s just a regular makeup sponge but a bit, well a lot advanced than a sponge’s quality. I can swear by how flawlessly it blends in foundations. But do you think it is worth the pressure of going through the whole process of finding that perfect beauty blender cleaner and actually cleaning them? Cause beauty blender is a sponge actually and it can soak up a lot of products. Guys, it is really really important to actually “wash” your beauty blenders, at least two times a week and take away the whole excess products it soaked up until you can finally recognise your own beauty blender. Cause trust me after a week of using the beauty blender, you won’t be able to recognise it.
So roll up your sleeves people and let’s get into it!
Trust me it’s not that hard as I made it seem but finding a correct product for this process can be a bummer. Do you get me? It took me a lot of splurges on a lot of brush/beauty blender cleaners like this:
But nothing worked better than a piece of soap. Yes guys, a soap or baby shampoo. That’s all you need!
So guys, all you have to do is lather up the soap in your hand and gently rub the soap in the beauty blender and squeeze it firmly. Make sure you don’t squeeze it hardly, cause they are one hell of delicate creatures. I use the regular body soap for this process. It really helps to break down the excess makeup product from either brush or beauty blender in over three go’s. For beauty blenders, you might have to go over few times until you get rid of whole excess makeup off from beauty blender. *Well, at least if you are an OCD like me*.
Just rinse them thoroughly and make sure the beauty blender is out of any soap residue as you are going to use it for your face makeup.
And that is it you guys, it’s very simple and easy. Now that it’s simple, please promise me you will wash it at least once a week? Cause it might create blemishes and acne problems as overused and unwashed beauty blenders can cause bacterial growth in the sponge which will directly/adversely effect your skin.
Love you all!