If you've seen my previous Youtube video, you'd know how much I've been talking about these babies and yet, I just can't get enough about it! Wanna know why? Then keep on reading...
PHP 88 at Daiso in Robinson's Galleria.
What do I think of this product?
I can't help it but what I first saw is that Daiso is from Japan although this one is made in Korea. I don't know why people keep saying that this has no scent but for me it smells abit citrusy which isn't bad at all (at least for me). It has some insights + instructions on the back of the product which is very helpful especially for beginners who don't know how to use one of these but here is an example of how I clean mine. (Note: This isn't my complete routine but just showing you guys how I use this product):
- Put a good amount of Daiso Makeup Brush Cleaner in a container.
- Put a little bit of water.
- Dip and swirl your brush around until the liquid changes color.
- Rinse with a brush egg or however you wish.
I'm happy to say that it is. It's surprisingly cheap but does it's job well. I honestly didn't expect anything good from this product but boy was I wrong. The only con I would say about this is it's very hard to get one. Not all Daiso branches sell these and it did took me a few weeks to be able to find one and to see that they only have a few pieces on stock (not even 10 pieces). It's really good for my brushes because it doesn't ruin it although I don't own any animal hair brush to test it out (but caution: I did hear that this product does not do well with animal hair brushes).
Hope that you found this review useful and if you got any more questions, suggestions, request, don't hesitate to leave a comment down below and I'll reply as soon as I can.
Disclosure: I am in no way sponsored by any of the products or companies that I mentioned from this post. All opinions / statements made were based from my own experience.