Cleaning Your Makeup Brushes

Cleaning Your Makeup Brushes

Ella & Jo Cosmetics is delighted to announce their UK launch in partnership with their new Beauty  Ambassador, TV presenter Cat Deeley. 

A real beauty enthusiast, Cat is excited to share her skincare secrets and daily beauty routine with her  must have Ella & Jo products, for healthy and glowing skin. 

Speaking on the partnership Cat says, “I loved the products as soon as I tried them and now Ella & Jo is my best shared secret! I’m a real beauty enthusiast and am excited to be working with a new and  emerging brand with the same ethos and values that I hold. I have always been interested in looking after  my skin and I am very particular about the skincare I use. Confidence for me really does start with my skin  and how I look is related to how I feel. What I love about Ella & Jo products is that my skincare routine is  so quick and easy, every day. The fact I feel better after using the products means I have more inner  confidence, which shines on the outside too. I can’t wait for you to try the products!” 

There are two methods on how you can clean your makeup brushes:

  1. Spot Clean
  2. Deep Clean

Why should you clean your makeup brushes?

  1. Prolongs the life of your brushes
  2. Kills bacteria promoting better skin health & brush health

Spot Cleaning your makeup brushes

It is recommended that you spot clean brushes after each use.

Spot cleaning your makeup brushes is essential for professional makeup artists to ensure there is no contamination when using one brush on multiple clients.

Quick and Easy Solution to keeping brushes clean and re-usable.

Less brushes are required when using different coloured/textured eye shadows or powders.

Takes the majority of work out of deep cleaning as it cleans as you go & also the need for deep cleans becomes less regular.

Promotes skin health especially on Oily/Acne prone skin types preventing further congestion.

Why not give our Squeaky Clean Brush Cleanser a try? It will have your makeup brushes dry and ready for re-use within minutes of spritzing.

Deep Cleaning Your Brushes

It is recommended that you deep clean your brushes once a week if you are not spot cleaning in between otherwise once a fortnight is sufficient.

A deep clean will ensure that denser foundation brushes are thoroughly cleaned and bacteria removed.

Keeps hairs on your brushes softer.

Deep cleaning requires an anti-bacterial shampoo/soap and your brushes will need to be left overnight to dry.