How toWashing Brushes
10 steps
What you’ll need
Dr. Bronners Liquid Castile Soap
Conditioner (optional)
Brush Guards (only For Natural Hair Brushes)
The Brush Board
Dirty brushes!
Bowl With 1/2 inch Warm Water
Brush Tree (for Drying)
Add a bit of soap to the warm water.
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Swirl your brush in the water but be careful not to submerge the ferrule (the Metal part).
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Gently swirl your brush, it looks like I’m being rough but I’m not.
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Just use your hand not holding the brush to help you rinse your brush. Don’t submerge.
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Squeeze excess water out of the brush.
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Conditioner is optional. I am team condition. Only natural hair brushes need this step.
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I rinse in the same order I wash, so I line them up after I condition them and start at top to rinse
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This is another step that is only needed on natural hair brushes.
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They look brand new every single time! 🥰
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They are always ready for me to use by the time I am ready to use them. They dry nicely this way.
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