How to use face wash to clean a beauty blender

If your beauty blender is caked in makeup, it's time for a good rinse. Giving your sponge a good rinse doesn't have to be a headache. Using only a few items, we have the best hack for rinsing out your beauty blender.
Watch this short video on how to clean your beauty blender. The best part? You can use your face wash to rid your sponge of all the trapped makeup. Super easy, right? Use this beauty hack to sanitize your sponge and before your next use.
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Materials
-Face wash
-Beauty blender
-Water
Instructions
1. Run your beauty blender under tap water in your sink to dampen it. Dampen the entire surface of the sponge in order for the wash to work best.
2. Squeeze a small amount of your face wash onto the sponge; just one to two pumps will do the trick.
3. Work the face wash over the surface of the beauty blender, working up a nice covering of suds. This helps to ensure you get as much of the trapped makeup out as possible.
4. Run the beauty blender under the water again, squeezing the sponge as you do this. The makeup should run right out.
5. Keep rinsing and squeezing your beauty blender under the water until all the soapy residue is off. Set it aside to air dry.
That's it! Your beauty blender is sanitized and clean. Air dry it in an open space to avoid trapping moisture in the sponge. This also helps to keep it fresh and extend its life for longer use.
Fierce League
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