While you're going through old clothes and scrubbing floors for a Spring-cleaning, your vanity essentials deserve some much-needed maintenance, too. Beauty can be a dirty business. Taking the time to clean out stray hairs, dead skin, and product buildup will not only keep your rituals bacteria free, but also lengthens the life of your tools. Find out how to Spring-clean everything from your tweezers to your blow dryer filter when you scroll through.
- Your Eyelash Curler: Keep germs at bay and your eyelash curler in tip-top shape by using a remover and cotton pad to clean mascara buildup. Also, when your rubber pads start to go, be sure to replace them to ensure your curler and eyes work their best.
- Your Brush: Use the straight end of a rattail comb (or a pen) to loosen and lift hair and other debris in between the bristles. Next, wash it with shampoo and water, and allow your brush to dry upside