Keeping one's make-up brushes clean is key to fighting infection and ensuring proper application of make-up. Proper cleaning will also help Brushes Last longer. A Kabuki brush made from natural bristles requires great care, as the bristles can be easily damaged if not clean properly. The following steps can also be used for synthetic brushes.
INSTRUCTIONS:1. Be sure you are working on a very flat, clean surface.
2. Place warm water in the bowl and add two 1/2 a teaspoon of shampoo.
5. Make certain that all soap has been rinsed off, and shake any excess water out of the bristles (do this with bristles down). If you want to soften the bristles, you could apply some hair conditioner to the bristles, leave on for about 2 - 3 minutes then rinse off thoroughly. Place paper towel on the surface and apply a rubber band, looped once, around the bristles to maintain their shape. Lay the brush flat on the paper towel, facing down.
6. Once the brush is dry remove the rubber band, and put it away.