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thank you <3 This comment has been removed.
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Such great tips, thanks! This comment has been removed.
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cool . very useful♥ This comment has been removed.
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This article is FABULOUS! Thank you for sharing! I love the pics This comment has been removed.
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that certainly works, thanks This comment has been removed.
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superb idea!!Thanks to you!! This comment has been removed.
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thanks for the article! This is super helpful :) This comment has been removed.
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@MeaganMUA but shampoo doesnt disinfect does it now. This comment has been removed.
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its work!!!!!!!!!!!! This comment has been removed.
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this helps so much!!! This comment has been removed.
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@junior_is_my_dog- It's hard to wet-wash your brushes everyday which is why brush cleaner would be more ideal for an everyday basis (yes, a bit expensive) however it will disinfect your brushes. I loved the way she stores her brushes too- it helps keep the shape and protect the bristles. This comment has been removed.
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@junior_is_my_dog Thanks so much for posting this video- yes her technique is great too. The thing to remember is Oil breaks down oil. SHAMPOO, Baby Shampoo, dish soap, olive oil all have oil to break down the makeup, dirt and oil that may be trapped in your brushes. This comment has been removed.
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@dahlia_last_song If you wash them incorrectly then yes, they can be damaged. However, when washing correctly you will be able to use your brushes for a long time. This comment has been removed.
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wait but does that disinfect the brush... also it can be pretty expensive to people who can't access it you could use my method i learnt... just go to this website and this girl will show you how to clean and store your brushes...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVdciJkmb7o This comment has been removed.
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hpow are you? This comment has been removed.
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