Hi, friends.

I'm Rhea-Allyson, 
makeup and skin care enthusiast.

#Rheacommendation:  The Brush Bar, On The Go!

#Rheacommendation: The Brush Bar, On The Go!

The Brush Bar is definitely one of those gems that I found at The Makeup Show in SF. It is so unique in design and very different from other brush drying stands. I like how sleek and simple it looks and how travel friendly it is. The Brush Bar basically sits at the edge of any table, dresser, desk, or even your bathtub to help dry your brushes upside down. If you didn't know, it is very important to dry your brushes upside down to prevent bristles from shedding and the glue holding the bristles together from loosening in the ferrule. Hanging your brushes upside down also cuts down the drying time which means you can use your brushes sooner than later!

The Brush Bar holds 10 brushes where two of the prongs starting from the left are larger in size, the next six are medium sized, and the last two are the smallest. This is great for me considering that I do tend to stick to my "ride or die" brushes amongst my collection of brushes. Not only do I use this to dry my ride or die brushes on a weekly basis, but It's just a nice brush holder for the convenience of searching through my brush containers.

To use, you start by opening up the lid where you see the thumb indentation. After opening the Brush Bar you flip it upside down to bring the prongs out and then snap the Brush Bar shut to place on the edge of your vanity, desk, sink, or counter. You push your brushes into the prongs with the bristles pointing downward and rubber bands are provided for those brushes with slick or heavy handles (see pic below for green rubber band).

You can purchase your very own at GetBrushBar.com & please tweet/tag/comment to let me know your #Rheaview

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