Squeaky Clean Brushes 
Squeaky Clean Brushes
by Michelle Phan
Video Lecture 14 of 20
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Date Added: March 7, 2010

Lecture Description

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Michelle Phan: I combined the oil painting and makeup brush cleaning technique together. This is the most effective and inexpensive (in my opinion) way to cleaning makeup brushes. I hope this is helpful, sorry for taking so long to make this video! If you are constantly breaking out, maybe you should check to see if your brushes are properly clean!

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- Lipstick: Corset by Lancome, Matte Lipstick.

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Course Description

In this course, Michelle Phan gives 11 video lessons on Do It Yourself (DIY) Beauty Tricks. Some of her advices include how to properly apply mascara, how to extend your lipgloss, taking care of your skin, natural eye makeup removers and many more.


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