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Things I Covet: The Brush Guard

By Glinda

I like to keep my makeup brushes clean.

Because really, if I don’t, I start to break out, so I’ve got more than just germophobia going on.

And I have always been a bit squicked out because my bathroom vanity gets dusty, and as a fairly logical human being, I assume it is going on my brushes as well.  However, I don’t wash my brushes as often as I would like.  My intentions are good, but life gets in the way sometimes.

Earlier today, I stumbled upon a little product called The Brush Guard. Now supposedly they are to be used when cleaning your brushes in order for them to keep their shape, but I have visions of keeping these suckers on all the time, except when I’m actually using the brushes.

I figure I can simply get some small hair elastics or some twist ties, tie the tops of those suckers up, and I’m good to go.

Yay.









2 Responses to “Things I Covet: The Brush Guard”




  1. Klee Says:

    I just clicked through and bought these. I’m travelling next month and these should keep my brushes sanitary and safe.
    Thanks Glinda!




  2. Jessica K Says:

    I have these and LOVE them! I’m a bit on the obsessive side when it comes to cleaning my brushes and these are perfect :) I can’t recommend them enough!












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