How the mini USB fan keeps my nails cool & dry

usb fan to dry nails How the mini USB fan keeps my nails cool & dry

Do you own one of these mini USB fans? I love them and I think whoever introduced them is ingenious because they don’t need to be plugged to a power socket. Instead, they’re powered by the USB port of your computer, laptops or even PS3 game machines. I bought two of these from Home-Fix a couple of months ago and I have one sitting permanently on my desk, keeping me cool while I’m working on the computer. Then the other day, I was painting my nails and I realized that these mini fans can help to dry the nails! Why didn’t I think of that earlier?

Everyday Minerals Itahake Brush for excesses

Everyday Minerals Itahake Brush Everyday Minerals Itahake Brush for excesses

As a noob in makeup, why in the world do I need an Itahake brush? Well, I don’t need it but that’s not stopping me from wanting this. Why? Because it’s so special looking! Just look at the bamboo handle with the natural finish! Okay, for those who don’t know, this is the new classic Japanese makeup brush from Everyday Minerals. It is described as 100% cruelty free, made with super soft synthetic fibers, and is the perfect brush for all face, base, contouring, and décolleté applications.

Bottle nipple liquid cleanser to wash brushes

liquid cleanser for brushes Bottle nipple liquid cleanser to wash brushes

I had thought that I needed new face brushes but it turned out, there’s no need to purchase anymore! Thanks to all of you who have responded to my post last week, I found a solution to my problem of oily brushes! It was an issue with the cleanser I used and after using some of the solutions mentioned, my brushes are back to being fluffy again! So what did I do?

Why do my synthetic face brushes turn oily?

synthetic face brushes Why do my synthetic face brushes turn oily?
If you like using synthetic brushes, you most probably like it because they feel soft on your skin. I love them too and in fact, have stopped using brushes made with animal hair because they’re rough to the touch. However, the problem with synthetic brushes for me is that after a couple of washes, they feel oily and the brushes don’t retain their original shape anymore. Do you have a similar problem? I wash my brushes with a baby shampoo and body wash and initially I thought it was because I didn’t wash them clean but after washing like two or three times repeatedly, the problem still remains.