I’m so not a brush geek but my interest in brushes has increased tenfold since I started blogging. I’m more particular than I ever used to be and even things like ‘how best to wash your make-up brushes’ grab my attention. I remember when I first started blogging, I watched a video of someone washing their brushes, one after the other, and it went on forever – at the time, I couldn’t imagine how that was interesting, but I’ve looked and looked again for that vid because now I really want to watch it properly! This is a long winded way of getting around to introducing the Solid Brush Cleanser from Japonesque.
Made with goat’s milk, you wet your brush, swoosh it around the solid soap, rinse and dry. It’s that simple. I love this idea – brush washing is a faff, and the novelty of this is enough to make it much less of a faff. One of the best things about it is that it smells so clean and fresh. We probably won’t see the Japonesque Solid Brush Cleanser in UK stores til end of March at the earliest and when it launches it will cost £16.