AUTOPLAY
Washing 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.
1. 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).
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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
7. 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.
8. This is another step that is only needed on natural hair brushes.
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They look brand new every single time! 🥰
9. 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.
10. 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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