5 must-have setting sprays for flawless makeup all day. You know how it is. You spend a generous amount of time doing your makeup and getting it right, only for it to start sliding around your face a few hours later. Disappointing, right?
Don’t worry because I have a simple solution.
No more creasing, fading, or cakey coverage. All you need is a quick mist of your setting pray and you are good to go.
I’ve put together 5 must-have setting sprays for flawless makeup all day.
Urban Decay ‘All Nighter’ Setting Spray € 31.00
This setting spray is undoubtedly one of the best for many reasons. As the name suggests, it does help your makeup last up to 12 hours. It’s extremely comfortable to wear and gives your skin an instant moisture boost. It adapts to any skin type and leaves your makeup feeling fresh.
Maybelline SuperStay Setting Spray €10.49
Although this comes in a humble white bottle, this setting spray does not feel tacky or sticky. It gets absorbed instantly into your skin and feels very refreshing. Maybelline does not say what skin type this is meant to be for, however, I find it works very well on oily/combination skin as it is very mattifying. If you do have dry skin, you may want to steer clear of this one.
Rimmel Insta Fix & Go Setting Spray €7.99
This 2-in-1 spray can be used underneath your makeup as a primer and on top of your makeup to keep it in place. With a light cucumber scent, this quick-drying setting spray prevents your makeup from looking cakey and will not dry out your skin.
MAC Prep & Prime Fix + Setting Spray €22.00
Enriched with green tea, chamomile, cucumber, this light mist is ideal for dry-skin beauties as it is extremely moisturising. It gives you an instant boost of hydration, while delivering a soft, dewy sheen to set and refresh your makeup.
Revolution Pro Fix Oil Control Makeup Fixing Spray €6.49
This oil controlling product helps to keep shine at bay for up to 12 hours. It reduces the powdery look on your face and keeps makeup in place all day. As it does contain alcohol, make sure to do a patch test before using it on your face, especially if you have dry or sensitive skin.