I don’t know about you, but cleaning my makeup brushes is always the chore I dread the most. Even when I try to stay on top of things, the dirty brushes typically pile up high before I finally break down and wash them. There are so many different types of ways to clean your makeup brushes, so I thought I would share the 5 ways I use on a regular basis.
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I’ve struggled with acne my whole adult life — mid-teens till now — and this clay mud mask has been a miracle worker in balancing out my skin and keeping my pores clear (and it pairs so beautifully with the Bioré Deep Cleansing Pore Strips to remove those pesky clogged pores on my nose!) It’s such a simple and inexpensive mask that you can totally customize depending on your varying skin needs.
If there is one thing I can’t stand about the winter….it’s the dry, flaky patches I can get on my legs, especially on my knees and the back of my heels. So whenever the dry weather begins, I try to make sure I’m extra faithful to upkeep my skin whenever I shower. With all that in mind, I thought it would be fun to show you the products I use on my leg when I shower and how I keep my legs moisturized and smooth all year long. (And I’ve included a bonus DIY recipe, too!)