Aug 24, 2009

Power Tools!

Clean your beauty-basics regularly to maximize effectiveness & longevity

Oils from your hair frequently build up on your hairbrush. Wash the bristles with a gentle shampoo every month to get rid of sticky strand excess.

Swissco Pro Large Oval Mixed Nylon & Boar Bristle Hairbrush
$8.99 by Swissco at
Hair and product residue lead to clogged ventilation and an overheated hairdryer. Unscrew the blow dryer's cover to clean out and dust off the filter. Use a toothbrush to reach every nook and cranny.

Revlon Tourmaline Ionic Ceramic Travel Hair Dryer
$24.99 by Revlon at Ulta

Wash your makeup brushes every month and snip any frayed ends sparingly. Use manicure scissors to cut the bristles evenly, so your blush goes on streak-free.

Bobbi Brown The Basic Brush Collection$175.00 by Bobbi Brown at Neiman Marcus

Nail Scissors, Curved by Pfeilring

$36.00 by Pfeilring at SmallflowerWhen tweezers dull, they lose their precision and need to be replaced. Instead, invest in a pair by Tweezerman ( and send them in for unlimited free sharpening. Pointy pluckers make tweezing more accurate.


Tweezerman Slant Tweezer
$20.00 by Tweezerman at Skin Store

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