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5 tips for good beauty hygiene during the out break of COVID-19

During the pandemic, it is significant to clean your brushes and brush care tools properly to maintain good hygiene. Taking extra hygienic precautions is necessary to stop the spread of the virus. The following tips can help you keep your favorite beauty tools clean and avoid spreading potential viruses and bacteria.

Tip 1: Wash your hands with products such as soap and hand sanitizer before doing skin care, makeup or touching your face. Avoid unhygienic practices such as nail biting and trim or clean your nails timely to prevent  bacteria from transfer to products.

Tip 2: Disinfect your daily beauty tools in a timely manner. Remember to timely clean makeup brushes, beauty eggs and other products and the containers you store them in, as well as wipe down makeup mirrors and dressers to prevent the spread of bacteria.

Tip 3: Do not share cosmetics with others and avoid using any public cosmetics or perfume bottles left on the shelves.

Tip 4: Deep clean the brushes you use to dip liquid and cream products. Foundation and concealer brushes should be sanitized more often.

Tip 5: Products with a short shelf life should be replaced promptly, such as mascara tubes. In addition, you should use a pencil sharpener to polish and an alcohol solution to disinfect the curling blade before each use of pen utensils. For lipsticks, you can use a spatula to gently scrape off excess product and make sure to clean it after each use.

All of these tips are important for maintaining good beauty hygiene, especially if you are sick. If you are sick, clean or discard any beauty products you have used while sick to prevent spreading bacteria.

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