For heavy pigmented brushes, you can pour liquid brush cleanser into a little bowl, glass or paper cup (not plastic, because the product will melt it and it will cover the bristles) and then dip in one brush at a time, swirling the brush around in the bowl. Then use a tissue to soak up the liquid on the brushes (squeeze thoroughly, do not rub, as it’s more gentle for the bristles), then lay them on a paper towel to dry.Due to the fact that the cleanser contains alcoholic solvents, it makes the brush to dry fast and be ready for the next use.
Also, you can clean the brush by rubbing it gently in your hand in circular motion. Squeeze it gently from the excess soap, then rinse it with warm water.
Give it a final gentle squeeze with a paper towel, reshape the bristles with your fingers to give initial shape and lay the brush flat on a towel to dry overnight. Don’t place the brushes in something standing, the water will run down into the handle and cause rust or will damage the glue inside the ferrule. Allow the brush to dry naturally, away from heat.
After about six-eight hours, the bristles will be dry and soft, ready for the makeup.
EXTRA TIP: For brushes that are ultra pigmented and full with product at the base, use a dab of almond or olive oil to break down the residue before you wash.