How to dry a Kabuki Brush

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Happy Friday Everyone!

I hope you all are having a great day. It’s almost the weekend and I am so excited to just have sometime to relax and work on Graduate school applications. Today I wanted to share how I let my kabuki brushes dry. This is always tricky for me because you can’t just stand it on it’s end because all the water will just soak up in the barrel. So how the heck do you go about solving this problem?! well I came up with a very crafty way and here is how.

What you will need:

-A small bowl (I’m using a baking ramekin)

-Rubber bands (or large hair ties if you’re out of rubber bands)

& a kabuki brush

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Begin by applying the rubber bands around the bowl or baking ramekin as shown in the picture above. Your goal is to create a square that your kabuki brush can be placed in. Make sure the box is small enough (as shown in the picture below) so that your brush does not fall off.

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Lastly place your Kabuki brush in the square you have created and allow to dry over night. You should have a clean brush without any water damage.

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Hopefully this helped some of you if you were struggling with how to dry your Kabuki brushes. If you are more of a step by step learner check out the simple video I created here.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

I will see you all on Monday.

-M

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