I use shampoo and conditioner on my brushes from bare essentials.
I agree with donnah75. The best way to clean makeup brushes is with a gentle soap/shampoo (preferably sulfate free).
Using baby shampoo is the most simplest and convenient way of getting your makeup brushed clean, but I use MAC Brush cleanser it is amazing. Also right after I wash them off I use brush guards just so the bristles don't go crazy and all over the place.
Any mild baby shampoo is good for brushes.
Just wet the brush, squeeze a drop or two of shampoo in your palm and rub the brush gently to form a lather.
You can repeat the process till the color on your brush is gone.
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