There’s various solid timelines when it comes to tossing old beauty products, but how can you go about replacing your beauty tools? This seems trickier.
- Has the texture of your brush, sponge, etc. changed? This is a bad sign of wear. If you noticed the hairs of your brush are tangled and falling out after a bit of wear and time, then its time to toss it. The shedding will only get worse and the bristles will loosen.
- If your cosmetic sponge is ripping or mysteriously displaying fabric holes, then you need to stop holding on to it. Typically your sponge should be replaced every 3 months, give or take. But if you experience this before then, you should still toss it.
- A strange odor has interrupted your foundation session—that’s right. When washing your brushes always be sure to clean them thoroughly. If you leave some suds between the bristles and set your brush to dry improperly expect a foul scent. But if the odor is consistent after various careful washes, that’s a problem.
- The point is, when your tools stop performing as great as they once used to, you have no other choice. It’s time to turn them in for some new beauty tools.
Hope this was helpful for you! Which one of your beauty tools are you constantly replacing?