How to care for Makeup Brushes

Keeping your Sedona Lace Brushes looking and performing like new can be a little daunting. The following tips and tricks will keep your brushes in great condition.

It is highly recommended that prior to their first use, you clean your new Sedona Lace brushes with a brush cleaner or baby shampoo.

To minimize bristle fallout when washing your brushes, be careful not to wet the ferrule (metal section) or the wooden brush handles. The moisture loosens the glue in the ferrule and induces bristle fallout.

Some bleeding of colored brushes, such as the powder brush may occur during the first few washes. This is normal with dyed brushes. If this occurs, wash your brushes with cold water gently until the water runs clear. Do not try to wash them excessively or attempt to squeeze the color out because this will damage your brushes.

Dry your brushes with the bristles facing down in a cup or a container so any remaining water can drip downward and not back into the ferrule.

To ensure your brushes dry in the correct shape, you may put them in their brush guards before setting them in the container. Proper care for your brushes will not only prevent the spread of bacteria onto your skin, but it will also prolong the lifespan of your brushes.