Dec 07, 2010
Everyone knows that makeup brushes are an investment. A single brush can cost anywhere from 10-50+ dollars depend on material, type, brand, etc. So I make it a top priority to care for my brushes and treat them as precious as they are.
One of my must have items when it comes to brushes is my brush guards.
Check out my full posting on why these are amazing lil' guys that should be in everyone's makeup arsenal here:
Mar 16, 2011
Def. agree for brushes like the MAC 217 that splay like crazy when drying. Not necessary for synthetic brushes, but I use mine w/ every washing for the brushes that need it. Also awesome tools to control the density/size of your brush head for application too!
Jan 11, 2013
Where do you buy them? Also what cleaner do u use?
Jan 12, 2013
Sep 09, 2013
Ashely I like your makeup.
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