MAC Brush Cleanser Review

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Hey Lovelies,
I hope you are all well and having a good week so far!
I thought I would bring you a quick review on one of my favourite MAC products. This probably a bit of a random choice as it's the MAC Brush Cleanser!
 I've been using this product for years and it's one I always repurchase as soon as I run out.
Currently the MAC Brush Cleanser is priced at £9.50 for 233ml which I don't think is bad at all considering one bottle lasts me a good few months!
This is what MAC have to say about their brush cleanser:
"This one product will clean, disinfect and condition the brush fibres so that brushes will last longer."
I use this to clean any of my brushes that don't have liquid foundation or concealer on them. I especially like using it for cleaning my eyeshadow brushes. 
There are several ways for using this product. You can either pour a small amount of this onto a dry towel and swirl your brush back and forth on it until all the make up is removed.  
Alternatively you could pour a small amount into the palm of your hand or a cup and swirl your brush around it in until it's clean then rinse out the brush. This is particularly good if you are looking to deep clean your brushes.
One of the best things about the MAC Brush Cleanser is that brushes dry so fast when you use it! No waiting around for ages the way you have to when you deep clean your brushes using a product like baby shampoo. 
Another thing I love about this is that I exchange the empty bottles to get my free Back to MAC lipsticks!
I just wish it came with a spray pump as it would make using the MAC Brush Cleanser so much easier. I know you could purchase a spray bottle from somewhere like Boots or Superdrug but I haven't bothered to do this.
And while we are on the subject of Boots and Superdrug, I am really surprised that they don't do their own version of brush cleanser! Because if they did and it was cheaper than the MAC one, I would definitely give it a try. But until they do, I will carry on repurchasing my trusted MAC Brush Cleanser
What do you think? Have you tried this product or are there any other brush cleansers you can buy on the high street? Let me know in the comments below!
Nuala xxx
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  1. I love this so much. I've had now for a year and still loads left!
    Xo
    Glossy-boutique.com

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  2. I've been looking for another brush cleaner for when my Estee Lauder one runs out. That costs £16 a bottle and was a bit of a ridiculous spend! I'll definitely be buying this, great review :)
    Louise xx

    www.confettiletters.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. OMG I didn't realise the Estee Lauder one is so expensive. Def give this one a go it's a great product :) xx

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  3. I never thought too much about it! Wash the brushes with baby shampoo and that's it. But now, you put me thinking...maybe I will give it a try.

    bye

    http://lookluisa.blogspot.pt

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    1. I do the same. Wash these with my shampoo & I'm done!

      Sarah
      PrettyGloss - makeup, beauty & a lil gibberish

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    2. I use baby shampoo as well, but this is great for spot cleaning. Also when you use this on your brushes it removes any left over shampoo you have in the brushes :) xxx

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  4. I just use a gentle liquid handwash on mine, I don't think I could ever bring myself to fork out for this when it works just fine. x

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  5. I haven't tried this yet but I've been meaning to for years. I normally use baby shampoo but it DOES take ages to dry! x

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    1. Yea this is really good for spot cleaning and it dries very quick :) xx

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  6. I use baby shampoo too and they take ages to dry. The price is reasonable and it's great you get the back 2 mac. I think elf do a brush cleanser and spray :)
    Gem x

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    1. Oh I've not seen the elf one, I'll check it out thank hon :) xx

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  7. I usually use baby shampoo, I love the smell, this sounds really good x

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    1. I really like this, it's not too expensive and it removes any left over shampoo in your brushes completely as well :) xx

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  8. I use mild or baby shampoo but this looks worth trying.
    BTW u have a lovely blog. Do check out mine too :)

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  9. i use baby shampoo..but its time i get a brush cleanser
    i like your blog, here through #bloggers blog hop :)

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  10. Have you tried baby shampoo! It works great for me, and the Superdrug own brand one is cheap and cheerful! It's great that you can Back 2 Mac it though!

    Great post!

    Sarah :) x | Some Sparkle and Shine

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    1. I use baby shampoo once a week too, but this is great for spot cleaning. Gotta love Back to MAC :) xx

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  11. Going to try this when my Bare Minerals one runs out. It sounds perfect!x
    britishbeautygeek.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. This seems a great cleaner for our daily use make-up brushes.
    beauty bar

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  14. Ohh i've always looked at getting this but I use ELF's brush shampoo and its brilliant and its under £10 too :)

    notyouraverage.blog.com

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  15. Thanks for visiting my diary and commenting during a constructive manner, following on already! nice diary your have-I notably enjoyed your post on top of as I simply attended a Smash box event wherever the conjure artists all used brushes to use foundation giving a pretty mat and even finish!
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