Always start with a small amount of product on the brush. Tap off any excess powder, if required. The level of coverage can easily be adjusted from light to full coverage by building layers until the desired coverage is reached.
To clean your brushes add a couple of drops of gentle liquid soap in your Brush Cleansing Bowl with a little tepid or warm water. Gently massage the tip of the brush against the bottom of the bowl in a circular motion to work up a lather. This will remove residual makeup and dirt from your brushes.
Thoroughly rinse the tips of the brush under running water. Pay attention never to submerge the brush in water or allow water to run up the shaft of the brush as this will compromise or disintegrate the integrity of glue inside the brush, eventually dislodging the bristles. Gently squeeze out any remaining moisture from the bristles and reshape to its original shape. Lay flat on a towel in a warm area (not in direct heat or sunlight, however).
Cleaning and taking good care of your brushes will increase their lifespan and ensure a professional and hygienic application to your skin.