Good morning my lovely readers! Today’s post is a review of a new eye cream I picked up a few weeks ago. I ran out of my Keil’s Creamy Avacado Eye Cream and saw this one while I was wandering up and down the aisles at T.J Max and found it was just what I wanted.
March is coming to a close and it is def bittersweet. On one hand, I had my 21st birthday this month so yay! And on the other, I am moving at the very end of the month. I will miss a lot about my home but it’s time for new adventures! Starting with sharing my monthly favorites with all of you!
Good morning everyone. It is currently cloudy outside so I’m sitting here with a nice cup of tea writing this blog post.Today’s topic is more fashion than beauty which is a fun way to switch things up.
So yes, I took a little break from posting. That is because my life turned upside down and has left me with very little time to write, let alone plan blog posts. With that being said, I still love this blog and will be posting more constantly in the coming weeks.
I hate cleaning my brushes. There I said it. And with that, I have become a profoundly lazy person when it comes to cleaning them. I used to be on top of keeping them clean. I would spot treat them daily and then take them to the sink to deep clean every Sunday.
Fast forward a year or two and I became a college student. That meant I didn’t have the luxury of my own bathroom and therefore I didn’t want to wash my brushes in the public sink. So goodbye clean and hello dirty makeup tools.
Now, I had a spot cleaner but I had left it at home and honestly wasn’t that impressed with it. Yes, it cleaned my brushes, but it took forever to dry! After that, I didn’t really trust spot cleaners for my brushes but after a while…I really needed to clean my brushes.
I was wandering around Ulta one fall day and was sucked in by the whole aisle of brushes from IT Cosmetics called Brush Bath (such a cute name). Literally, it’s a beautiful aisle. You should go see it sometime. Annyyyway, back to the topic. In this aisle is where I found the IT Cosmetics brush cleaner and decided, what the hey, I need a spot cleaner. So I took this home with me and immediately began using it on my filthy brushes.
I was impressed! It got all the product off my white brush hairs and to top it off I swiped the newly cleaned brush onto the back of my hand and there was no residue! I was sold. I would recommend this to everyone who is in the market for a good brush spot cleaner. It also smells very citrusy which is an added bonus.
The it cosmetics brush bath cleaner sells for $18 which isn’t a bad price in my opinion. I have had this for a year and still have more than half a bottle left!
What is your favorite brush spot cleaner? Leave me a comment and let’s have a conversation!