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Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes

Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes
Hello Beauties,

Don’t we all love simple beauty tricks and clever beauty hacks? Well, today I want to share one of my favorite hacks with you and show you how I dry my make-up brushes after I cleaned them! I’ve been using this trick for a few years now and love it!(I’ve once seen this trick in a video on Youtube, but I honestly can’t remember who’s video it was). What I like about his beauty hack is that my brushes dry better and faster this way!

To dry your fresh cleaned make-up brushes you need:

  • Some sort of bar or towel rail
  • hair ties or rubber band

Beauty Hack: Step by Step

  • What you then do is you place the hair tie behind the towel bar and then stretch both ends over the rail (like on the picture).
  • Now you place the makeup brush between the two endings/openings that are stretched over the rail. Then let the brushes dry!
  • Another tip: I love «The Brush Guard» sleeves. Not only do they protect my brushes when I travel, they also keep them
    in shape while drying and they prevent «frizzy» brush hairs!

How do you dry your makeup brushes? Do you have a good tip?

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Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes

Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes

Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes Beauty Hack: How To Dry Your Makeup Brushes

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14 Comments

  • Reply
    Melanie Andreas
    18. Januar 2016 at 6:59

    Das ist ja eine coole Idee! Hab ich so noch nie gesehen, ist aber super simpel und erfüllt seinen Zweck optimal – allerdings habe ich beim letzten Waschgang meiner Pinsel über 70 Pinsel gesäubert und so eine lange Stange habe ich gar nicht ;P

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      19. Januar 2016 at 19:44

      Danke für dein tolles Feedback!! Das sind natürlich eine Menge Pinsel. Dass du keine so lange Stange hast, kann ich gut verstehen;) Ich wende den Trick auch nicht für alle Pinsel an, sondern hauptsächlich für die grossen, die etwas länger brauchen, um zu trocknen;)

  • Reply
    Beautywonderland
    18. Januar 2016 at 14:07

    Das ist ja wirklich eine geniale Idee. Das werde ich ab jetzt auf jeden fall auch so machen 🙂 Danke fürs teilen 🙂

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      19. Januar 2016 at 19:45

      Danke, Liebes! Sehr gerne!! Ich hoffe, der Trick wird dir das Pinselreinigen etwas erleichtern;)

  • Reply
    Ana Brown
    19. Januar 2016 at 5:50

    Well, this is a great idea indeed. Thanks for sharing this. Now I know where to best put my brushes.

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      19. Januar 2016 at 19:46

      You're welcome, dear Ana!! 🙂

  • Reply
    Kiss & Make-up
    19. Januar 2016 at 12:00

    That's really smart 🙂 Better than how I do it, which is just on a towel.

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      19. Januar 2016 at 19:47

      Thank you, dear!! I also still put some of my brushes on a towel, especially the small ones;) (My towel rail is not the longest, hehe)

  • Reply
    Black Is Black
    19. Januar 2016 at 19:31

    Cool idea.
    I think I gonna try that in my new home. Hehe. Thank you for the inspiration.

    Have a nice day.

    XOXO, Nici.

    http://www.blackisblackphotography.com

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      19. Januar 2016 at 19:47

      You're very welcome, dear Nici!! 🙂 I hope it's gonna work as fine for you, as it does for me!!

  • Reply
    phashionbug.com
    19. Januar 2016 at 22:14

    Very cool idea indeed, I must try it right away 🙂 looking forward to reading more from you.
    xx
    Saabri
    http://www.phashionbug.com

    • Reply
      Mia H.
      20. Januar 2016 at 18:47

      Thanks for your kind comment! I hope it'll work for you as well 🙂

  • Reply
    Anna
    20. Januar 2016 at 14:32

    Oh, die Idee ist echt klasse! Ich muss mal schauen, ob ich das bei mir realisieren kann 🙂

  • Reply
    Katja momentaufnahmen
    21. Januar 2016 at 8:12

    Genialer Hack 🙂
    Muss ich direkt ausprobieren!!

    Liebst, Katja

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