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Old 09-26-2019, 02:02 PM   #41
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What category are their brushes under? I've looked & can't find them.

I had to search for them. Background blender brush and detail blender brush. Here's the pages:

https://honeybeestamps.com/products/...43d2f9a9&_ss=r

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For spot cleaning while I'm working, I just spritz a little water on a microfiber cloth and rub the brush against that. After I finish, I run the brush hairs under water. I don't know if it matters, but I always let them dry horizontally on a shelf with the hairs pointing down (the head hangs over the edge of the shelf). I learned years ago when I was still painting that you shouldn't stand paintbrushes on their back end after you've washed them, as the moisture can seep down into the ferrule, soften the glue, & cause the hairs/bristles to come out. I still let paintbrushes dry on their sides hanging over the edge of a shelf, preferably with the brush head angled slightly down. Anyway, I don't know if the same principle holds with makeup blending brushes, but I figure I don't want to take any chances.
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For spot cleaning while I'm working, I just spritz a little water on a microfiber cloth and rub the brush against that. After I finish, I run the brush hairs under water. I don't know if it matters, but I always let them dry horizontally on a shelf with the hairs pointing down (the head hangs over the edge of the shelf). I learned years ago when I was still painting that you shouldn't stand paintbrushes on their back end after you've washed them, as the moisture can seep down into the ferrule, soften the glue, & cause the hairs/bristles to come out. I still let paintbrushes dry on their sides hanging over the edge of a shelf, preferably with the brush head angled slightly down. Anyway, I don't know if the same principle holds with makeup blending brushes, but I figure I don't want to take any chances.

Thank for that tip. Makes sense.
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Oh, my. I got my Taylored Expressions Blending Brushes in the mail today. OH! so soft! A perfect size. Color-coded handles. White bristles (none of the brown that keeps you from seeing the color on your bristles. I'm going to absolutely LOVE these!
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Thanks Diane for the links!
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If I didn't have enough blending brushes already I would get this set from Taylored Expressions since they are color coded.

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