After reading Pink Sith's review of this brush soap, I knew I had to have it. I HATE cleaning my brushes! It takes so long to do and then you have to wait for them to dry and just bleeeergh no thankyou. Consequently I hardly ever clean my brushes (bad, I know!)
This isn't a review so much as it is a heads-up that A) this stuff is amazing and totally does what it says it does, and B) it retails for $15 USD on Becca's website but I found somewhere you can get it cheaper.
See, Becca's Brush Soap is actually $18 AUSD just about anywhere you can get it where it will ship to Australia. I found a place selling it for $14 AUSD. I was skeptical about the legitimacy of the place and whether or not they would actually ship in a timely fashion, but after receiving my order within the week of placing it, I was quite impressed.
I had an attack of Lonely Cart Syndrome and grabbed the BeautyPro Eyebrow Brush. BAD IDEA. This has to be the scratchiest makeup brush I've ever encountered in my entire life. It's actually horrible. I thought about using it for manicure clean-up or even nail art instead, but the bristles are so splayed it would only create a mess and with the bristle stiffness, you'd have to use it on completely dry polish or else it would create dents.
Verdict? Get the Becca Brush Soap. If you have an interest in any of their other products (which are discounted by Aussie standards but still a lot more expensive than you can find online) then go forth and spend money, but for now I'd avoid the BeautyPro brushes. Unless you like poking your eye out.