MelodySusie delights us with Makeup Brush Cleaners and a giveaway

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Beauty Info Zone is always thrilled when we learn about new products from MelodySusie. Today we have 3 different Makeup Brush Cleaners that we were sent and that we are eager to teach you about them. MelodySusie always creates well made and reasonably priced products and today’s trio is one of the best we’ve tried from them. These are the perfect treat for all of us who use makeup brushes and want them cleansed thoroughly.

The MelodySusie Brush Egg duo is just $6.29 though it’s on sale through 11/15 with the code MSEGG202. If you want a brush cleaner that’s a little bigger and more versatile then you want the MelodySusie Beautiple, aka apple, that’s currently $8.99 (promotional code MSBEAPLE to save $2). But if you want the big kahuna then you’ve got to check out the MelodySusie Butterfly with 7 cleaning options for $10.99. There’s a promotional code through 11/15 for the butterfly MSBEAFLY that will bring the price down to $8.99. We don’t think you should wait since you’ll love them as will anyone you decide to gift with them.

Now let’s see these up close.

MARCIA TELLS YOU ABOUT THE BRUSH EGG DUO AND THE APPLE:

MelodySusie Makeup Brush Cleaner eggs and apple
MelodySusie Makeup Brush Cleaner eggs and apple

MELODYSUSIE BEAUTIEG  –  You might have seen Beauty Eggs for a much higher cost but MelodySusie has brought the cost down and improved the quality immensely. Years ago I bought something similar and paid $8 plus shipping for just one. Now MelodySusie has a set of two (pink and blue) with 2 different surfaces for cleansing. These eggs are a sturdy silicon and wider so it’s easier to use.

MelodySusie pink egg brush cleaner
MelodySusie pink egg brush cleaner

The easiest way to use a Beautieg is to put two fingers into the opening to hold your egg and then use your opposite hand for the brush. The bottom of the egg (about 2/3 the size) are cleaning boards and that’s what I start with. I wet my brush, put the cleanser of choice on the brush, and then swirl the brush onto the boards to get all the color out of my brush. The top section is smaller and for even more precise cleansing. I rinse my brush under running water and keep running it on the egg until there’s no residue.

MelodySusie blue brush egg makeup brush cleaner
MelodySusie blue brush egg makeup brush cleaner

MELODYSUSIE BEAUTIPLE, aka Apple Shape Makeup Brush Cleaner, has 4 sections on the cutest pink apple shaped design. The apple’s 4 different sections to help you with different types of brushes. Slip your 4 fingers in to hold the apple. On the right side there are two types of designs we don’t find on the eggs. The little X on the bottom right are perfect for washing face brushes. The bigger columns above are great for eye brushes since you can really get into the brushes. Not only do they cleanse your powders away but they are great for cream shadows which are harder to wash off. The right side is considered best for washing and swirling.

Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner

On the left there are the boards like on the egg and smaller granules for smaller brushes. This side is best for deep cleaning and refining. With the tiny granules on the top you can really get into the brush for deeper cleaning. This would be so awesome in a holiday stocking!

Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner
Melody Susie Apple Makeup Brush Cleaner

LISA TELLS YOU ABOUT THE BEAUTIFLY

MelodySusie Beautifly
Isn’t the Beautifly pretty? I think it’s a great gadget for cleaning makeup brushes – lots of different options and no need to memorize anything because the directions are printed right on the matt. Marcia’s cleaners are hand held, while mine is one that suctions itself to the countertop. This holds it in place even if you get a little over enthusiastic in your brush cleaning.

MelodySusie Beautifly
MelodySusie BeautiflyThe Beautifly is made of soft pink silicon material and has seven different cleaning areas. It does everything. The wash section gets the dirt and makeup moving out of the brush, and for an even deeper clean use the refine areas. For those very stubborn jobs – which for me is always my foundation brush and my blush brushes – the refine plus area makes short work of even the most tenacious makeup.

MelodySusie Beautifly Wash section
MelodySusie Beautifly Wash section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine Plus section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine Plus section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine Plus section
MelodySusie Beautifly Refine Plus section

The one job that I always put off is cleaning my brushes, but it’s actually pretty fun with this bright and happy matt. After cleaning my brushes I just put the matt under running water then store it suction cup side up to dry. This is a practical and easy to use gift that would be perfect as a stocking stuffer!

GIVEAWAY INFORMATION:  We were sent an extra set of Brush Eggs and want one of our US subscribers to win this great duo. The giveaway is open through 11/28 at 11:59 p.m. ET. If our comments stop working please email us at [email protected] and label it EGG with your comment, click I commented, and continue. Be sure you’ve clicked the I Commented part of your entry or it won’t go into the Rafflecopter. Good luck and happy brush cleaning.

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40 COMMENTS

  1. Paol Trenny | 13th Nov 16

    I currently use my fingers and hands to clean my brushes (One hand is use to hold the brush and the other acts similar to a flat surface as I swish and wash the brushes).

  2. Kristina | 13th Nov 16

    I just use my BBW hand soap and wash it with my hands. It looks, but I always wonder if I am cleaning it well.

  3. Dana Rodriguez | 13th Nov 16

    I use hot soapy water. Those are awesome!

  4. Rosie Areola (Heather) | 13th Nov 16

    I just use the palm of my hand and whatever shampoo or body wash I have on hand.

  5. Julie | 13th Nov 16

    I just use water, bar soap and my hands to wash my brushes.

  6. Mary W | 13th Nov 16

    I do like most people posting here. I use bar soap and my hands. This scrub surface would inspire me to washmy brushes more often and take better care of them.

  7. Ashley Bree Perez | 13th Nov 16

    I use bar soap and also water to clean my makeup brushes. (:

  8. Susan P. | 13th Nov 16

    I have a brush cleaner liquid and I use it with my hands to wash my brushes.

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  10. Christy Peeples DuBois | 13th Nov 16

    I use soap or a brush cleaner, water and my hands/fingers to clean my brushes. I have read good reviews about these though.

  11. Kim Pincombe Cole | 13th Nov 16

    I use the beauty blender cleansing bar soap (& the palm of my hand!) to clean my brushes currently.

  12. latanya | 13th Nov 16

    water and soap

  13. Patricia Caradonna | 13th Nov 16

    I don’t clean my brushes. I’m embarrassed to actually type that…

  14. Elizabeth W | 13th Nov 16

    I currently use baby shampoo!

  15. Barrie | 13th Nov 16

    I rarely clean my brushes but when I do I use non-toxic hand soap or shampoo and use my hand to rub against till all the color is out.

  16. Sara | 14th Nov 16

    Currently just use my hands to clean the brushes.

  17. Michelle Castagne | 14th Nov 16

    I use shampoo and water to clean the brushes.

  18. Gabrielle | 14th Nov 16

    Right now I clean my brushes with baby shampoo.

  19. Shilpa Shetty | 14th Nov 16

    I use my own DIY brush cleaner (Olive oil + water +Dettol) to clean my brush,..

  20. Anne C | 14th Nov 16

    I use baby shampoo and the palm of my hands to clean my brushes. I would love to try this brush cleaners.

  21. Tabitha | 14th Nov 16

    I use Baby Shampoo.

  22. gloria patterson | 14th Nov 16

    I just use palm of my hand a little soap and lots of water

  23. Marilyn Nawara | 14th Nov 16

    I use softsoap and my fingers to clean them.

  24. Sandy Pincombe | 14th Nov 16

    I usually use a spray on brush cleaner and my fingers and running water. I really am not happy as I don’t think they are as clean as I would like.

  25. Laura G | 14th Nov 16

    I use a dab of dawn and my hands to clean my brushes

  26. Natalie | 15th Nov 16

    I use water and baby shampoo and just my fingers.

  27. Edye | 15th Nov 16

    I use water and baby shampoo.

  28. Cara | 15th Nov 16

    I use shampoo and my hands. I would love to win this to properly clean my brushes!

  29. cherrie | 16th Nov 16

    thank you for sharing. I used hands and shampoos to clean my brushes just like everyone else, but i think swirling on palms cannot really clean the brushes thoroughly, and we cant tolerate dirty brushes on face or eyes!! Let the professionals do the work. Definitely want to get one of these cleaners, beautipple would be my fave!!

  30. Nora Grahe | 18th Nov 16

    Right now I use Seventh Generation Soap. It is safe for all cleaning. Only problem is that I have nothing like this and woud love to win one! Thank You for the chance!

  31. Isabel O | 20th Nov 16

    I currently use baby shampoo and my hand.

  32. Adriana | 20th Nov 16

    I use the palm if my hand and just regular shampoo.

  33. Lynne B | 21st Nov 16

    My daughter and I clean our makeup brushes by hand with baby shampoo, swirling them in our palm before rinsing. We’ve had our eye on something like this for awhile.

  34. Dorothy Whelchel | 21st Nov 16

    I use baby shampoo and my hands. I would love to try a makeup brush cleaner though.

  35. Paula K | 21st Nov 16

    I use baby wash and my hands.

  36. Fran | 23rd Nov 16

    shampoo, water, clean hands

  37. Melissa | 23rd Nov 16

    I actually use a dog washing mitt. Weird I know but it has the same surface as
    Those makeup ones do.

  38. susan byrne | 24th Nov 16

    I use dish soap and olive oil.

  39. Andrea Darst | 25th Nov 16

    I usually use paper towels and a spray! This would be wonderful!

  40. Liz | 25th Nov 16

    I wash mine once a week with shampoo and my hands.

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