Perfect Canvas Cleansing Oil

Cleansing OilWhen I tell clients/customer that they should use our Perfect Canvas Cleansing Oil, I get that look like what are your nuts!  Well yes you should, I think that Perfect Canvas Cleaning Oil used before your a actual cleansing of the skin really gets the makeup, and dirt of the day off your skin. The Cleansing Oil will make your face feel soft and supple.
“Oil dissolves oil. One of the most basic principals of chemistry is that “like dissolves like. By using the right oils, you can cleanse your pores of dirt and bacteria naturally, gently and effectively, while replacing the dirty oil with beneficial ones extracted from natural botanicals, vegetables and fruit that heal, protect and nourish your skin.
When done properly and consistently, the Cleansing Oil can clear the skin from issues like oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin, blackheads, whiteheads and other problems caused by mild to moderate acne–while leaving your skin healthy, balanced and properly moisturized.” Perfect Canvas Cleansing Oil is great for taking off eye makeup and leaving the lashes feeling lush.  I find it also keeps my lashes moisturized. All you need to do is use a few pumps of the Cleansing Oil in your hand no water, massage into your skin and see all that makeup and dirt dissolve. You can either tissue off or rinse off it does lather a bit with water. Then I follow either with a warm wash cloth or my Clarisonic for more cleansing. You can also follow this with your regular cleansing routine. Then tone and moisturize as usual.  We use the best oils that we think are benefical for your skin. We won;t bore you with all those details you can find out all about them on our website


Vera Mona Color Switch Stippling Sponge

Gathering items to do some product swatches I came across the Vera Mona Color Switch stippling sponge that I had bought a long time ago and never used. It is a stippling sponge to clean brushes. I thought ok, this is a good time to give it a try.  Well let me just say it works!  I would not use the stippling sponge daily to on brushes, only because I would be afraid of the bristles breaking and getting damaged.  But for MUA and maybe bloggers that do a lot of swatches this would be a good thing.  I have seen some have found alternatives to this Vera Mona Color Switch stippling sponge. There are now a lot of companies now have their own version of stippling sponges.  I like the fact it is in a container and can be taken apart to be washed. I will be using this when I do my swatches.

It is good for spot cleaning only. You use it dry, take your dirty eyeshadow brush then rub it on the sponge part of the item. I did not rub too hard, it does take the pigment out of the brush.  It did save me a lot of time, and I did not have a lot of brushes to wash after I was done.



This is the one I got and from this is the description from their website
Stroke your brush against the Duo sponge to completely remove eye shadow color to then switch to the next color. The Duo also has a sponge in the center that can be soaked with water or a fixing agent to then dampen a brush for wet makeup application.

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