WHAT IT IS
A beautiful brush soap that naturally cleans your makeup brushes without harsh chemicals.
Cleans and disinfects your makeup brushes naturally with tea tree oil and honey, which are natural disinfectants.
WHAT'S IN IT
Washing makeup brushes is a bitch. #whereisthelie?
With Tiger's Eye, cleaning your brushes has never been so easy.
The special low suds formula helps you get in and out quickly while special ingredients help your brushes dry quickly so you can get back to work. Works on stubborn stains too!
WHY YOU WOULD
You want to be super-sanitary about your brushes for the safety of your clients. Clean brushes are a must.
Tiger’s Eye not only cleans, it gets really difficult products out of all types of brush hairs.
Also, Tiger's Eye is made without alcohol so you don’t ruin the DNA of your brush heads and ferrules.
For Personal Use:
Use once or twice a week. Dirty brushes cause breakouts, so if you’re acne prone, wash brushes every day after use.
After every single client. I'm not kidding.
Apply a little water on Tiger's Eye. Wet brush. Rub brush on soap until suds form. Work product through brush hair. Lather. Rinse.
Tea Tree Oil
Cruelty-Free & Paraben-Free, but not Vegan (contains honey)
Full List of Ingredients
Dipropylene Glycol, Honey, Water, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Palmitate, Sodium Laurate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Oleate, Glycerin, Sucrose, Sorbitol, Sodium Behenate,Trisodium HEDTA, Squalane, Polyquaternium-64, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Hydroxypropyl Chitosan, Polyepsilon-Lysine, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, Phenoxyethanol, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil,Titanium Dioxide, Mica
Q. Will this clean paddle brushes?
A. All types of makeup brushes, those for personal use or for professional makeup artists, are effectively cleaned with Tiger’s Eye Brush Soap.
Q. Does this also work for flat brushes?
A. The formulation and the method of brush cleaning using the bar makes it easy to use on any type of makeup brush. The formula provides both cleaning and leaves no residue on the brushes after rinsing.
Q. Why do you have to clean makeup brushes?
A. Professional makeup artists should clean brushes between clients. Personal use makeup brushes should be cleaned as needed to prevent the buildup of makeup and damage to the bristles. Cleaning brushes also helps to prevent the transfer of color between applications.
Q. Can not cleaning makeup brushes cause acne?
A. Any type of dirty or unclean equipment or tools used when applying makeup can potentially cause the transfer of bacteria that may impact the skin. People that are prone to acne should wash personal makeup brushes daily.
Q. Can you use alcohol as the cleaning solution?
A. Using alcohol on natural bristle brushes and quality brushes is not an effective cleaning solution. Not only is it ineffective in removing some types of makeup, but it can damage the brush ends and ferrules and results in additional brush replacement over time.
Q. How often should you clean your makeup brushes?
A. Ideally, professional and personal makeup brushes should be washed daily using Tiger’s Eye Brush Soap.
Q. I don’t use all my makeup brushes daily, how often should I clean them?
A. Cleaning makeup brushes after each use is a good habit and ensures they are clean when you need them the next time.