All you need is a plastic clip board, and a hot glue gun! Some of the tutorials I saw used a full sized clip board, I chose a mini size one for easier storage!
All you have to do is fire up your glue gun and create small to medium bumps and grooves. Clearly, they don't have to be perfect, just go for it. Small bumps for your eyeshadow brushes, larger bumps and squiggles for your larger brushes!
I like to use Johnson's baby shampoo to clean my brushes. It's oil free, and not harsh on your brushes!
Place your cleaning board in your sink and let water run over it. Squirt some soap onto the board.
Rub your brush around until it's nice and soapy! I suggest doing a few brushes at a time, get them all soaped up and then let water run over the board and continue to work out the make up and extra soap. That way you don't have to keep adding more and more soap for each brush.
Once your seeing clear water from your brush, use the space between your thumb and pointer finger to squeeze out extra water, and shape your brush.
Lay your brushes flat on a towel to dry, I like mine to dry over night!
Good as new!!!!
I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial! I am so excited that I found a quick, easy way to get my brushes nice and clean!