Best Makeup Setting Spray
The most common question that we get from our readers is: “What’s the best makeup setting spray?”
And the answer is: “It depends.” There are so many different kinds of makeup sprays out there, it would take too long to list them all here. But if you’re looking for one that will give your face a natural look without being heavy or drying, then these are some good choices.
If you want something with a little bit of sparkle, try this one. It’s made from a blend of ingredients that work together to create a shimmery finish. You can use it alone or mix it into other products like foundation and concealer.
For those who prefer a matte finish, try this one instead. It contains no silicones (aka plasticizers) which means it won’t clog pores and make your skin feel tight and greasy.
These two are both great options for oily skin types. They have similar finishes but they do contain different ingredients. These two are also available in a few different colors so you can pick the one that works best for your skintone.
Some people say that these ones don’t last as long as others, but we’ve found them to be very effective and they’re not too expensive either!
Now if you’re looking for something that feels very light on your skin, these are the best options. Developed by a popular Korean makeup brand, they have a lotion-like texture and feel great on the skin. They also come in a few different scents such as lavender and peptide.
We hope you’ve found this article to be helpful when choosing your setting spray!
How To Apply
To apply any setting spray, simply hold the bottle a foot away from your face and spray evenly in an “x” formation. Some brands have different recommendations, but this is general rule that works for most people.
To apply makeup setting spray, do the exact same thing as with regular setting spray. The only difference is you should do it after you’re done applying all your makeup, not before.
It’s really that easy!
What Is The Best Makeup Setting Spray?
Which type of spray do you use and why?
Have you used Skindinavia, Urban Decay, or any other popular brand?
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