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Spring Cleaning Tips for Clients' Cosmetics
Posted: March 23, 2010
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Makeup brushes. Wash your makeup brushes every two to three weeks, depending on use. If you can’t remember the last time you washed your brushes, it’s time to get them into warm, soapy water ASAP. A mild detergent or baby shampoo are effective in cleaning and preserving your nicest makeup tools.
Makeup sponges. Wash sponges every 10-14 days in warm, soapy water, followed by a cool water rinse. Sponges should hit the trash pail within eight weeks of use.