No7 Make Up Brush Cleaner

Boots RRP £8 

I picked this up because my brushes were getting all dirty and really needed washing right away and I didn't want to wait for a delivery so just picked this up in boots. It was £8 which I think it rather expensive as i've used a really cheap one from ELF before that did the job! 
This has a pump and you put it on some tissue - I use kitchen roll and its a quick way to clean your brushes and because you don't need to rinse it your brushes dry quicker because your hardly using any liquid. I could see the results straight away and think this is a great product for quick and efficient cleaning. Cleaning my brushes is one of them things I really can't be bothered to do, but now I have this I can do it more often with it only taking a few minutes and hopefully my brushes will last longer. 

How do you clean your brushes?  
Do you know of any products like this ?

Amy x 

3 comments

Emine Pasa said...

You should try the mac one. Its also £8 and it is amazing. I've had it for a year and a bit and there still more then half. x

Bailey Villiers said...

I have tried a few different make-up brush cleaners however the best brush cleaner that I have ever used is cheap baby shampoo! It's really soft on your brushes, cleans them really well and leaves them as good as new. You do have to go through the hassle of washing them and leaving them to dry but for the results I would definitely say that it's worth it and I would definitely recommend it. x

Hollybean said...

I haven't heard of this before but it sounds brilliant and so quick and easy! I hate cleaning my brushes and am rather naughty and really don't do it as much as I should :/ I usually just use a baby shampoo as it's nice and gentle and makes them smell really fresh :)
Love Holly x