3. Clean the filter in your hair dryer
The filter on your hair dryer collects dirt and particles in the air just like the one that filters the air in your house. Make a habit of cleaning it on a regular basis. Check with your user manual for specific instructions on how to clean yours.
4. Remove product build-up from your hot tools
Product builds up on your hot tools. If you aren’t using product and have something on your hot tools it would more than likely be melted hair. Make sure you are using heat protectant at the bare minimum. To clean your hot tools, unplug and let slightly cool down then run a wet cloth across to wipe off the metal. Common favorites to use are Magic Erasers and Norwex cleaning cloths.
5. Sanitize Your tweezers, lash curler, and nail clippers
This is simple...rub a cotton ball or q-tip on the surfaces of your tools with rubbing alcohol and allow them to dry.