Makeup brushes are the makeup tools we often use, and foundation brushes are one of them. Do I need to clean my newly bought foundation brush? The editor will answer you, it is to be cleaned. Newly bought makeup brushes are prone to dust and fluff during the manufacturing process. If they are not cleaned, they will be brought to the face and cause skin problems, so they need to be cleaned. Cosmetic brushes are divided into animal hair and fiber hair, and different materials require different cleaning methods. Animal hair foundation brushes are the best for dry cleaning. If you don’t have the conditions, you can wash them with water but not too frequently. The cleaning interval is about one month or so. Too frequent will damage the bristles. Fiber hair foundation brushes are the opposite of animal hair. They should be washed frequently, because these materials are easy to retain and absorb impurities, so it is best to wash them every week. Also pay attention to the water used to wash the foundation brush. You can't use ordinary clean water, but use special water for washing makeup brushes. If not, you can use neutral detergent or cleansing oil to wash off the foundation. Do not use hot water to wash the foundation brush. Hot water will deform the makeup brush and shed hair, shorten the service life, and affect the makeup effect. Use cold water to clean the foundation brush. When washing the foundation brush, do not soak the entire brush in water, just wash the bristles, otherwise water will enter the handle, and the contact between the bristles and the handle will easily degummed and mold. Washing method Pour the water for cleaning makeup brushes into a small container, a lid or a small cup, and then soak the brush head part of the foundation brush, and wait a minute or two for the foundation attached to it to dissolve. keep pressing to clean up the foundation. After rinsing the brush head with water, use a clean towel or paper towel to absorb the moisture and dry it in a cool and ventilated place. After drying, gently shake the brush to make the brush fluffy.