I spied with my little eye this round yellow wafer-textured thingy at a home store, I didn't know what it was. I started thinking....
What's this? Round....silicone...more weighty than I thought...I feel like I need it...Rs.250....yup, I do need it. But for what? Oh, there's a picture on the back! Okay, basically, to keep hot pans and baking dishes. That I don't need. Why don't I bake anymore? Hmmm...put it back in the hook...moving on.... we need a saucepan with a lid for making popcorn...but a light pan, so it's easier to shake-shake- shake....why don't they make enough light or pastel cooking pots and pans in this country??! Also, Floral. Vintage floral, not big big sunflowery jhatak floral. Then I'll spend more time in the kitchen! Like Bree Van de Kamp...I'll bake something French, something I can't pronounce yet... coomberfroofrount...and wear a matching floral apron....and I'll ----
MAKEUP BRUSH WASHING MAT!
And I ran back to one of the best things I ever discovered ;p
It's amazing, you guys! I won't have pruned fingers after washing makeup brushes anymore, and I'm actually excited to wash them more often now! Plus, the brushes come out cleaner than when I'm only using my palms.
Brands had come out with gloves and fancy mats for makeup brush washing, but those came with hefty price tags. For me, this mat is best and all I'll ever need!
How I use it: I place it in the sink, let some water fill up in those little squares, squirt some Johnson's baby shampoo, and then swirl my brushes on it. Saves so much time! I also rinse them the same way with just water. After I'm done, I rinse the mat and shake off all the water from it, and place my brushes on it for drying.
Price: Rs.250 / $4 (ONLY)
(Have you seen the Sigma mat for $32?!)
From: Lifestyle Home Centre.
If you can only buy them online, I've searched for similar ones and linked them below:
Rectangular mat ~ here
Square mat ~ here
Round mat (my favs) ~ here
What do you think about this? NEED it or not?
Talk again soon & Happy Friday! =)