I’ve used plenty of things to clean my makeup brushes through the years and I wouldn’t recommend most of them- antibacterial hand soap, baby shampoo, white vinegar, olive oil mixed with Dawn. You name a cheap, at-home or DIY solution and I’ve probably tried it. I just can’t talk myself into paying anything over five dollars for something that’s going to clean my brushes when I have plenty of useful things to try at home.
Of all my experiments, baby shampoo has probably been my favorite. It removes makeup without drying out the brushes or giving off a horribly potent smell. It’s gentle enough to keep the bristles soft and cleans without stripping; it’s cheap, easy and effective.
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Who doesn’t love a new eye shadow? I always feel more inspired to experiment with makeup and spice up my usual style when I’m itching to try out a new color or brand.
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What’s the best makeup 99¢ can buy? I’ve got your answer right here.
Wet n Wild is a great choice for both your wallet and your makeup needs. Well known for being one of the cheapest brands out there (and one of my personal drugstore favorites), many of Wet n Wild’s selections are on par with much pricier options.
If you have some spare change hanging out in the bottom of your purse, head over to Walgreens and pick up one of their Silk Finish lipsticks. They come in a wide variety of shades, perfect for any occasion.
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