REVISIT YOUR MAKE-UP BRUSHES
If your make-up brushes are looking tired, chances are, so is your make-up. Here’s how to get a perfect finish every time…
Hands up if you’ve got a make-up bag full of fraying, clumpy brushes you’ve had since school. Well, if your brushes are old and dirty, your make-up will look rubbish, too. To achieve top results, make sure you clean brushes every two months with a drop of baby shampoo and warm water, then leave them to dry for a day or two.
The life of a brush is usually only one year, so if yours looks dead, sling it out and invest in a new one. Company loves Stila Blush Brush, £20, for cheeks. It’s a bit pricey, but worth it – the hairs have been plaited together and glued, so there’s no chance of stray hairs falling out. Try 17 Bronzing Brush,
£3.99, for all-over bronzing, Lancome Shadow^a Brush, £11, for eyes, or The Body Shop Slanted Brush! £6, also for eyes and great value for money.
FLYING OFF THE SHELF
Get clean skin with Simple One Step Facial Cleansing Wipes, 25 for £4.29. They must be good – one packet is sold every five seconds!
• Use Lee Stafford Poker Straight Conditioner, £3.99 (far right), and blow-dry with a large barrel brush.
• Divide hair into small sections and spray each section with a protector, like…
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