While commonly overlooked, dirty makeup brushes are the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, and E-coli are commonly found on makeup brushes. The bacteria builds up from daily usage.
Aside from their individual consistencies, there are a few key differences between setting powders and sprays. Powders are typically used as a last sealing step for complexion products, such as foundation and concealer, while sprays are used to lock everything down after your entire makeup look is complete.
The following clean makeup brands considered internet favorites for 2 reasons. First is their consistency as a popular search term result for clean beauty. Second is their consistent appearance as a favored clean beauty brand for their performance in multiple media outlets such as, Elle, Women’s Health and Allure.
In the beauty industry, when hair, makeup, or skin care products are made without any toxic materials it is considered to be “clean”.