Now the idea of this tool is to get down and deep on your dirty brushes so they come out of the sink so fresh and so clean.
Shockingly, I have read online people are paying £10 for what is essentially a piece of silicone with some dots and lines.
That sounded more graphic than I intended.
As you can see the underside of the brush egg has small raised dots at the top and linear grooves for about two thirds of the tool.
The little knobs *ahem* are intended for your eye brushes and for lathering up your shampoo on the brush.
It’s the same principle as washing your hair, the better you foam up the better the result.
The linear grooves are intended to expel all of the dirt and makeup that end up on your brushes without causing any shedding, as we all know shedding is the kiss of death to a makeup brush.
Now when you’re holding a brush, running taps on and off, picking up shampoo and not trying to stain the sink, the last thing I need is a wart the size of an avocado stuck on the end of my hand.
It took me far longer to clean my brushes and I’m not greatly impressed by the results.
As you can see here, my blusher brush was looking a little bit neglected and needed some love eggs, erm sorry I means brush eggs in her life.
Well, what a flop. Yes she is clean but a good old hand… Wash would have sorted her out.