Tuesday, February 23

How To Clean Your Makeup Brushes: Brushegg: Review

Like everyday, I spend myself browsing through Instagram and coming across so many things I would like to purchase. I happened to come across this super cute brush - cleaning tool called  the 'brushegg'. After browsing on Ebay and realising it was only going to cost £0.99, I had to get my hands on one. 

How to clean

After you have purchased your 'brushegg', you need to get yourself some baby shampoo. I went for Johnson's but only because I liked the sound of 'with a touch of lavender' and the fact the bottle was purple. Sad..I know! But any baby shampoo will do, think this bottle was around the £2 mark.

  • Firstly, wet your makeup brush with some lukewarm water and apply some baby shampoo to the brushegg. 

  • Secondly, rubbing your brush where you have apply the shampoo, moving it in different directions. You will begin to see all the makeup and dirty come out of the brush. Make sure you stand over a sink as it can make a bit of a mess. 
  • Keep rubbing your brush onto the brushegg until no makeup is visual anymore. As you can see on the brushegg there is a large lined section and a small dotty section. I used my bigger brushes e.g foundation, blusher, powder etc on the lined section and my lip and eye brushes to the dotty smaller surface. 

  • After all of the makeup is out of your brushes, carefully place your brushes onto the radiator and allow them to dry over night.

  • TAAAAADAAAA...Check out the before and after pictures. How amazing! They literally feel and look like brand new makeup brushes on my skin. I couldn't be happier with this product and for £0.99, I can't recommend this product enough. Get yourself one girlies and try it yourself, I promise you won't be disappointed.

I know you can get the 'brusheggs' from different  websites which will be much quicker but I just purchased off Ebay . It did take around 2 weeks to come but for £0.99, who can complain. Oh and you can get them in different colours black, white, pink, mint green, blue, purple, and yellow! Getting choosing your favourite girlies. 

What do you think of my clean brushes?

What do you use to clean yours?

Let me know by commenting below.

Lots of love

A x


  1. Love this! Thank you because I was looking for something inexpensive yet effective


    1. No worries. I hope you got your hands on one xxx

  2. Look amazing will definitely be purchasing!! xx

  3. These little eggs are seriously life and time savers, innit! Got mine a few months ago and never looked back.


  4. I'm going to buy the baby shampoo!!

    Mel | www.thegossipdarling.com

    1. Hope you got your hands on some. It smells dreaaaammmy! Xxx

  5. I've seen these on multiple websites and I really want one. I usually use baby shampoo to clean my brushes on the palm of my hand. This looks like it works better!


    1. The brush egg really does work wonders and got 99p you can't go wrong! Enjoy and thanks for reading! Xxxx

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