Brush Care Instructions
UNDERSTANDING HANDCRAFTED BRUSHES
All DJS Beauty brushes are hand-crafted--no two will be identical. We are proud of the craftsmanship of our tools and expect some variation in the end products. This means small differences that are barely noticeable to the untrained eye.
Some slight bristle shedding when new is normal due to each brush being hand-made. However, washing and reshaping brushes before first use will prevent shedding during application.
We ship worldwide and work hard to get your order to you as quickly as possible. Though DJS Beauty packages with great care, it is possible that products will move around as they travel. If you notice that your brush heads have become misshapen in transit, you can restore them to perfection by washing and reshaping them before the first use.
DO NOT use alcohol based cleaning solutions for any face brush or brush larger than an eyeshadow blending brush as it will cause the brush hairs and adhesive to get damaged. We can NOT be responsible for the damaged caused by these fast drying cleaning agents. Use of a mild soap and water is BEST to ensure longevity of the brush.
BRUSH CARE INSTRUCTIONS
- WET the bristles of your makeup brushes under warm water. Avoid unnecessarily wetting the ferrule and handle. This can damage and loosen the fibers and ferrule of the brush over time.
- Gently WASH by adding a small amount of soft, non-abrasive cleaning solution (high alcohol based) to makeup brush bristles. Using the textures of your brush cleansing tool and palm of hand, swirl brush bristles around to deep clean it.
- RINSE by continuing to hold the brush downward, placing it under running water, and sweeping the brush back and forth on your hand or texturized cleansing tool. Repeat steps 2-3 until the water runs clear and brush is fully clean.
- Gently SQUEEZE brush bristles, gently, with your hand, microfiber towel or paper towel to remove excess water. DO NOT pull on bristles as that will loosen the adhesive properties and cause brush damage.
- DRY by hanging brushes down to prevent back flow of water in ferrule to dry the brushes.