2. You Never Cleanse Your Make-up Brushes
Do you ever wonder what exactly your sweeping across your cheekbones and Cupid’s bow when you use a dirty makeup brush? According to a research polls by Debenhams, a UK-based multinational department store, found that 72-percent of women never take the time to clean their cosmetic brushes or sponges.
That means they’re literally brushing on a layer of grime, oil, dirt, and germs along with that rosy shade of pink. All brushes and sponges can retain bacteria that’s transferred back to your skin. With each swipe you could be risking clogged pores, acne breakouts, and infections like pink eye. Do your face a favor and cleanse your makeup tools with anti-bacterial spray at least once a week. Every month give them a thorough scrubbing with a gentle, sulfate-free shampoo, rinse clean with water, and air dry.