Makeup Reviews

Elf Daily Brush Cleaner Review

When I recently went to Target I was looking to buy anything. It was one of those Target trips where you are looking to spend money but you don’t have a shopping list. So once I saw Elf’s Daily Brush Cleaner I was automatically interested. I grabbed it and decided to run to the register to purchase it.

Of course, I am going to talk about the packaging before we get into how the product works. The packaging is definitely cheap and simple but this type of packaging is what keeps Elf products affordable. This Daily Brush Cleaner was only $3! A warning before purchase: I realized after opening it, the bottle itself has a very strong smell and I later found that the smell is the product inside the bottle’s fragrance. I am not too sure why the product’s smell would be penetrating through the plastic bottle but it is and it was so strong I honestly thought it was leaking.

These are Elf’s online details, how to use, and ingredients about this product. I read through each thoroughly. I sprayed a brush that I use for eyeshadow and followed the directions. My brushes definitely seemed a lot cleaner. This is definitely not something to replace washing your brushes but this definitely helps in keeping the brushes clean and helps prevent bacteria in-between brush washing. It can also be good for when you used a dark eyeshadow and want to quickly get the eyeshadow out of the brush. That brush, after using this cleanser, can be used again without having to wash it immediately.

I recommend trying this product out and I hope you enjoyed this post and remember to subscribe for email notifications for when I post new content!

-Stay Chic,

Stephanie Russell

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