When to throw out the makeup brushes

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"If your brush sheds on a consistent basis, there is a high chance that the glue holding the bristles has loosened," explains Real Techniques founder and makeup artist, Sam Chapman. If that's happening, say peace to your brush and spare yourself the frustration. This, however, can be avoided, Sam elaborated, by making sure you do not fully submerge your brushes under water while cleaning them and hanging them upside down to dry. 

By InStyle.com 

 

Sep 29, 2016 @ 1:00 pm
Are you washing your brushes regularly? Good. The bad news is they still won't last forever. Elle magazine experts say you should be buying new brushes every three months if they start to shed, smell or are discolored. As for that foam blending sponge, In Style saysthat needs to be replaced at least every three months, if not two — and that's if you're keeping it clean.
https://www.nbcnews.com/better/pop-culture/here-s-how-often-you-should-replace-everything-your-bathroom-ncna848336
 
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