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28.3.16

Daiso Makeup Brush Cleaner Review


Today's review will be about the Daiso Makeup Brush Cleaner. I actually have a love/hate relationship with this product. I don't know if I'm using it wrong or I just expected it to work differently. Lol.

First of all, this brush cleaner is super hard to find! I had to go through like four Daiso stores just to find one and there were only three in stock. Crazyyy! I got mine from Daiso in Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna. I went a lot of times to Glorietta but it's always out of stock.

How to clean makeup brushes? Click here. But basically, I soak my makeup brushes in this cleanser and then swirl them around my Bossy Cleansing Pad or my Brush Egg

Review
What I noticed is it doesn't really clean my makeup brushes. I find that it only separates the grime from the brush hairs. 

I know some people mix this with water, but I actually use this cleanser alone. Mixing this cleanser with another cleanser + water won't really do a better job either, and that's why I prefer to use this alone. It just removes the grime faster.

Okay, so what I do is I soak my brushes in this cleanser first, and then swirl them on my cleansing pad. After a few rounds, I can actually hear a "squeak" and that's when I run the brush under water and move over to another cleanser like a baby shampoo.

I can say that I do double cleansing when it comes to makeup brushes. I don't know, it's just that using only this Daiso Makeup Brush Cleaner doesn't feel enough for me. Like, it's not enough for me knowing that the makeup grime is off my brushes. It's like I want another cleanse or a disinfectant -- ugh, I don't know. It just doesn't feel right. Lol.

If your way of cleaning makeup brushes would be just removing the grime, then this might be for you. You can just go grab this makeup brush cleaner from your local Daiso store. It's very affordable at only PHP 88 or $2. Sad part is it's always out of stock.

Tell me if this works for you and how you use it :) Happy Monday! 

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