I can’t stop staring at these beautiful #aesthetic brushes from Zaful. They’re very photogenic, so it’s a good time to update my “how I deep clean my makeup brushes” article on the blog. The first version i did years ago didn’t have a brush egg in it. And ever since I’ve started using this little pink egg shaped tool my brush cleaning process became more efficient and faster. If you haven’t tried a brush egg yet, go get one, it will help you a lot.  

I hope you find this useful. My brushes and the brush egg all came from Zaful. I’ll place the links below so you can check them out.

Zaful Brush Sets:
5pcs Rhombus Makeup Brushes Set Rosegold
7pcs Rhombus Makeup Brushes Set Rosegold
Unicorn Makeupes Brush Set Light Purple
Brush Egg (with a brush set) | Just the brush eggs


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Gather the materials you need ; water, your make up brushes, a clean towel, gentle shampoo, and a brush egg. I use Johnson and Johnson’s baby shampoo for my brushes. Take one brush at a time. Tilt the brush down and run under a warm water. This will avoid the water from getting inside the area where your brush is connected to its handle.

Place a little amount of shampoo on your brush egg and gently rub your brush into it in a circular motion. Rinse your brush and gently squeeze excess water from it. Wipe the brush on a clean towel and lay it on top of the towel after. Wait until it dries. It takes approximately two to three hours for my brushes to dry up but I leave them there over night just to make sure.

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  • I use the exact same tool for my brushes and it works wonders! These brushes are really pretty too <3

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  • Michele de Guia Ereño says:

    You have very beautiful set of brushes and I like the mug with your initials too. Thanks for sharing your tips on how to clean your brushes. I seldom wear makeup so I seldom wash my brushes too. Mostly my powder brush and blush brush are the ones I used very often. I do have that egg brush but in a darker pink color.

  • Deborah says:

    This post is a great reminder to me to give my makeup brushes a deep cleaning! It’s been a while since I’ve done that haha.
    I adore your brushes – these are so pretty!

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