Bargain Make Up Brush Conditioner!

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Hello Lovelies,

Hope you've all had a nice day!

Just a quick post from me this evening. 

I was doing my food shopping at Sainsbury's this weekend and picked up some Johnson's Baby Shampoo for my make up brushes. (I used the one I already had all up - you can read about it in my September Empties post).

I was quite happy that the Johnson's baby shampoo was on offer (£1.78 for 500ml) as it's what I always use to wash my make up brushes. Next to the shampoo I spotted the Johnson's Baby Conditioner which was also on offer for £1.85 (200ml).

I've never used conditioner on my make up brushes before. I use olive oil on my concealer and foundation brushes  so they are always nicely conditioned. (You can read more about that in my How I Clean my Make Up Brushes post).

Some of my powder brushes have been starting the feel a bit rough though.

I don't really wanna use my own conditioner on my brushes as I'm worried it may be too harsh.

This seemed great and I had never spotted it before. It's really gentle as it's suitable for babies and smells lovely and clean without being heavily perfumed.

What I really like about this is the nozzle though as it' s perfect for make up brushes!
The nozzle means don't over saturate your brush in conditioner, and just one or two squirts are enough to condition your brush perfectly.
 
I've used it on my MAC 129 brush (which was 1 of my brushes that was starting to feel a bit rough).

It's really easy, all you do is squirt a bit of conditioner onto the brush, lay it on a flat surface for a few minutes then rinse. Once my brush had dried it felt so much softer!
 
I may even use this as a conditioning treatment, so simply leaving it on for a bit longer before rinsing my brushes.

Have any of you tried this? If not and you're looking for a great make up brush conditioner, I can really recommend this one!

Nuala xxx
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9 comments

  1. Such a good idea! I think I'm going to pick a couple of these up! xxx

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    1. Thanks hon! let me know if you do and how you get on with it! :) xx

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  2. it looks great!
    Thx for sending me your link on bbloggers chat! Folowing now :)
    http://www.curlsandbags.com

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  3. I haven't seen this in the US!

    http://www.swatchesandwhatnot.blogspot.com/

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    1. Maybe try the baby aisle in a supermarket or drugstore? xx

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  4. Im so glad i came across this as i use baby shampoo on my brushes but wantedthem to feel softer-is there any type/style of brushes you wouldnt reccomend using this on?
    Kate wwww.vintageblossom23.blogspot.com x

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    1. The only brushes I don't use it on is white goathair brushes (eg MAC 239) and I don't use it on synthetic brushes as I find they don't really need conditioning. hope that helps :) xx

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  5. Thanks for sharing such useful information.The information provided here is very nice.Therefore I thank the writer for share this useful input.I Love To Read Your Blog and it was Really Helpful for me and it gives good details.
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