Makeup Revolution Anti Bacterial Brush Cleaner

I am a brush cleaning fanatic, I make sure I wash all of my brushes once a week as I cannot stand thinking about the germs and makeup residue sitting in them, then using them on my face. Makeup Revolution are my favourite budget makeup brand and I have been really enjoying the brush cleaning products recently. I posted a review of the Solid Brush Cleaner recently (link here) and I have been enjoying using the Anti Bacterial Brush Cleaner too.
Makeup Revolution Anti Bacterial Brush Cleaner
This brush cleaning spray has been specially formulated to keep all of your makeup brushes clean and most importantly, free from bacteria. This spray is going to effectively and instantly sterilise and disinfect your brushes while claiming to prolong their life. I find this brush cleaner to be the perfect brush cleaner for spot cleaning my brushes throughout the week, especially with my eye brushes which get a lot of colour on them from using different shadows. I love that Makeup Revolution have a few different brush cleaners available as I have found a lot of brush cleaners to be on the expensive side but Makeup Revolution's prices are always extremely affordable, this brush cleaning spray is just £5!

To use this brush cleaner all you have to do is spritz 3/4 times directly onto your dirty makeup brush and then gently wipe your brush onto a clean tissue or cloth to remove the excess makeup, repeat if necessary. Then leave your makeup brushes to air dry and there is no need to rinse. I find it best to use this with eye brushes and smaller face brushes and use around 4 spritz's before wiping gently onto a clean towel. This worked brilliantly to clean my eye brushes and even got rid of the previous staining from a couple of intense eyeshadows. The only brushes I found that this cleaner didn't work so well with was my foundation brushes as they are very dense and get far too much makeup residue left in them so I find it better to use the solid brush cleaner with those. 

What I loved about this cleaner is that it didn't take my brushes ages to dry. With some of my brush cleaners I find that it will take hours for my brushes to dry but as this doesn't need to be used with water my brushes were dry within a couple of hours and I could use them again! It didn't effect the softness of my brushes at all as they are still as soft as ever but cleaner and left with a light scent. 

The Makeup Revolution Pro Hygiene Antibacterial Brush Cleaner retails for £5 - HERE.

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15 comments

  1. I need to invest in a new brush cleaner as mine has run out. I can't even remember what brand it was but it was really good at doing it's job. I might see if I can get my hands on the Makeup Revolution one, it sounds great!


    Sally - DiagonSally

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  2. I've actually just run out of my Dr. Bronner soap for cleaning my brushes and looking to get something different to try. Will definitely check out this MUR cleaner x

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  3. I will hold my hands up now, and hold my head in shame that I have never used a proper brush cleaner. I am going to have to change how I clean my brushes x

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  4. I am the same as stressed mum above! I have never properly cleaned my brushes. I use shampoo ... maybe I should give a proper clearner a try!

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  5. I am the same as the other ladies, I just use baby shampoo, perhaps i ought to try a cleaner that is designed for brushes and not hair!
    As with cleansing my face thoug, i dont feel that they are clean unless they have been cleaned with water and a detergent, perhaps thats just me though.

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  6. I'm the same as you! I wash all of my brushes once a week because I'm paranoid about bacteria building up on my brushes. I'm close to finishing this up and your post has just reminded me to go out and repurchase!

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  7. This looks amazing!! I normally use baby shampoo when cleaning my brushes, every two weeks no excuses! The anti bacterial element is just what I'm missing out on

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  8. This sounds really great, I have used baby shampoo and even antibacterial handwash to wash my brushes when I am in a pinch. I have heard the Cinema Secrets brush cleanser is amazing, and that cleansing balms are good too. This sounds like a wonderful budget option though. Great post, love your pictures! Xx

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  9. Ohh this sounds good - I have to admit I normally just use baby shampoo, but I really should look into something like this as it would be much better in the long run I am sure. x

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  10. Now, I HATE cleaning brushes. I love clean brushes, mind, but the actual cleaning... Argh! This sounds great though, especially if it's quick drying - I hate picking one up from the drying pile only to find it's still soaking wet!

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  11. I am also a fan of this and find it brilliant on those smaller brushes too x

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  12. I haven't tried this yet but I'm definitely going to. I need to wash my eye brushes after every single use and I've been looking for a brush cleaner that dries quickly! Definitely going to pick this up.

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  13. I keep reading post about brush cleanser and it is making me feel awful that I don't clean my brushes at all! I must sort this out! H x

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  14. I own this too and I love it for those smaller brushes, its so quick and easy! xx

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  15. OOO, this is interesting! I always hate the faff of cleaning my brushes but if it dries them quickly and leaves them clean I think I might have to invest! xx

    Jessica Ann ♥

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