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Have you ever been doing your make up and decided you wanted to use the same brush for applying a lighter or just a different colour?
Or have you done quite a bold or colourful look the night before and rushed out leaving your brushes uncleaned, got up in the morning wanting to do your every day look but you're faced with your mucky brushes, without the time to clean them and wait for them to dry?
You could do what I have done in the past...
Rub them on your arm trying to get rid of as much product as possible
Try carefully using the 'other side' of the brush.
Give them a full clean and use your hair dryer to speed up the drying process.
OR... you could just spray a bit of this on some kitchen paper, rub your dirty brush on it, wait a couple of seconds for it to dry and... walla nearly all the product is off and you can dip your brush in any colour you like and as many times as you like. Fantastic!
It's worth noting that this won't disinfect or thoroughly clean your brushes, that's not it's purpose. It's something to use inbetween cleaning. Also, I said before it gets 'nearly all' of the product off. You will find the amount of product it gets off is sufficient enough. I just cleaned a brush with it now, wiped it over my hand a good few times and no trace of any product was on my hand. I then went and washed the brush properly and more product did come out, but like I said it does get enough out for none of the old colour to get on your skin when you apply a new colour.
I definitely think this is very handy to have laying around, I was personally very pleased with how it worked and at around £6 - £8 is great value for money. The only thing I'm not keen on? The smell is a bit sweet, but I'm just being picky now! :)
As a bridal make up artist I find myself doing more than two peoples make ups at any one time. Ideally Brushes should be washed and cared for on a regular basis but when visiting someones house to get them ready before the wedding this is not realistic.
Quick change is a great way to santise your brushes and remove colour that has been used on someone else from the brush.
Quick change costs £8 for a 110ml Spray top bottle and is a really fantastic product for my line of work.
It is like a dry oil when sprayed onto tissue and smells like fresh linen washing powder. To use you simply spray onto a tissue and wiggle your brushes over the top to remove the previous product.
Fanastic to use in front of a client to show good hygiene practices and the smell adds to the effect that the brushes have been cleaned.
The brushes stay dry and are safe to use again straight away.
Quick Change Brush Clean Spray from bare Escentuals is a quick drying, spray formula which instantly whisks away all traces of makeup from your brushes, so that you can instantly change shades without unwanted colour blending /