Waterless Makeup Brush Cleaning Pad

By Solely Jolie

$14.95
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Get brushes clean, without water, with this makeup brush cleaner. Rub brush bristles against the BPA-free silicone pad to remove buildup. This simple but effective solution makes routine cleaning a snap (or more like a swipe), and the pad doubles as a work surface to mix colors, too.

  • Materials: BPA-free silicone
  • Care: Hand wash pad with soap and water as needed, air dry before next use
  • Instructions: To clean the brush, gently swipe it back and forth on the pad. Continue process until no more makeup appears to be leaving the brush
  • Water-free cleaning removes unwanted pigment and buildup from makeup brushes
  • Makes it easy to incorporate brush cleaning into your daily routine, extending brush life
  • Reduces the need to wash brushes as frequently
  • Can be used as a palette to mix loose mineral makeup
  • Helps keep countertops and makeup bags clear of makeup pigment
  • Compact size fits perfectly in a drawer or makeup bag between uses
  • Non-slip material makes the pad stay put on counters
  • Double-sided design, both sides work as a brush cleaner or makeup palette
  • Please note: The pad does not remove germs and bacteria and is not meant to replace wet brush cleaning
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 6" x 4" x 0.06"
  • Weight: 0.06 lb.

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AWESOME IDEA WORKS GREAT!

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WISH I WOULD OF THOUGHT OF IT! SIMPLE PACKAGING. LITTERLY WIPE OF YOUR BRUSH AND WASH OFF THE PAD! GREAT IDEA TO MIX FOUNDATIONS ON. WIPE OFF EYE SHADOW BRUSH AND GO TO THE NEXT COLOR. I DON'T HAVE TO USE TOILET PAPER OR KLEENEX TO WIPE OFF MY BRUSHES ANYMORE!!!!!!!!!More > < Less

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About Solely Jolie

No Water Needed

No water is needed with this makeup brush cleaner. Built-up makeup is removed from the bristles by rubbing them against the BPA-free silicone pad.

The idea to create this water-free cleaner came to maker Amy Blansit by accident. Makeup rubbed off her makeup brush and onto the silicone bracelet she was wearing in support of cancer awareness. Amy was soon deliberately using the bracelet to clean her brushes. She then decided to make this larger, flat, and flexible solution.

The pad makes it easier to clean brushes regularly, which helps them last longer (and is better for skin, too). It doubles as a work space for mixing pigments and rolls up for on-the-go use.