Do your makeup brushes need cleaning?
Mine almost always do! It's so hard to find the time to clean them - if I'm using them, I'm on my way out and after that I just forget! Well, enter this super-handy spray to keep them clean between deep washes!
DIY Makeup Brush Cleaner Spray
•2 oz spray bottle
•1.5 oz Spark Naturals Witch Hazel
•1/2 oz high-proof alcohol (opt)
•20 drops Spark Naturals Melaleuca essential oil
•10 drops Spark Naturals Lavender essential oil
Directions: Measure EOs into bottle, add alcohol if using (sub more witch hazel if not) and fill to top with witch hazel. Shake vigorously to combine.
TO USE: Spray on clean paper towel and wipe brush on it until clean. Allow brush to air-dry (this doesn't take long, so it's a perfect on-the-go solution!).
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