The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver 2.5 oz. $10
Blendercleanser Solid 1 oz. $16
My Real Techniques blush brush and sponge before cleansing !
Me cleaning my blush brush and beauty sponge with The masters Brush Cleanser and Preserver!
My Sigma F80 Foundation brush, RT Blush brush and RT Sponge after cleansing!
Hi! Beauties! Today I want to share and compare with you a great makeup brush and sponge cleanser that I have found at my local Michaels store to the Blendercleanser Solid cleanser that can be found at Sephora and online. I learned about the cleaner I purchased from my local Michaels store while watching an You Tube Video. I wish I could remember who it was so I could share their link with you and to give them the credit for this find. The cleanser is called The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver and it is found in the art supply department. I found you can get this cleanser at Michaels for the full price of $10, but Michaels always has a 50% off coupon floating around that is good for use on any full priced item and it is what I used to get mine for $5.00. This cleanser comes in 2.5 ounces which is over double the amount of the Blendercleanser Solid cleanser which only comes in a 1 oz. size and is priced at $16 at Sephora, Ulta etc. As you can tell by my pictures above The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver does an awesome job. I have cleaned all my makeup brushes and both my Original Beauty Blender along with the above pictured Real Techniques Miracle Complexion sponge. My makeup brushes and sponges have never been so clean. My brushes did not shed, their shape held and they are as soft as they were when they were brand new. I have always until now been an avid fan of just cleaning my make up brushes and sponges with baby shampoo since the other alternatives seemed so expensive. I will now continue to use and repurchase The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver because it is an awesome and affordable cleanser. Note: I used this cleaner on all my goat hair, synthetic and duo fiber brushes. I have brushes from ELF, Sigma, Merle Norman, MAC etc. and they all turned out beautifully!
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