Have you wasted a generous length of time preparing your makeup and doing it perfectly, only to find it drying and washing a couple of hours later? That disappointing? There are main key reasons of using fixing sprays at wedding, any time – no cakey coating, no melting, no creases, no noise – all you need is a fast mist of your spay environment, and you’re ready to go. We’ve checked some of the makeup setting sprays that aim to make the makeup stay longer on your face and actually lock it in place. Would you like to know which one is worth your money?
Pros of Using Makeup Setting Spray
Following are the pros of using fixing sprays to keep wedding makeup on fleek:
- Holding skin matte
We already know that oiliness sometimes comes from an air-conditioned climate. Luckily, there are more than a few beauty sprays that aid you battle this.
- Keeping your skin hydrated
An additional boost in hydration is often a smart thing if your skin is rough.
- Intensifying your preferred foundation texture
Makeup setting sprays are mostly not for modification; they may even contribute to the dewy glow or enable the makeup to keep away while being fully invisible.
- Extending your makeup’s holding power
Whether you’re out in the gym or you’re planning to party the night away, the extra hard work setting spray would be your best mate.
Hold the Sort of Skin in Mind
Until you decide to buy a makeup setting mist, pick one that fits your skin tone.
- If you already have dry skin, stop alcohol-containing items that will dry the skin anymore. Instead, it is safer to look for hydrating and moisturizing sprays.
- For those of you who have oily skin, aim for an oil-free with mattifying mist.
- If you have a mix of skin, you should play with various setting sprays until determining the one that fits your skin.
- If you have advanced skin moving towards the dryer side – go easy on the settling powder and then use a spray that has moisturizing properties.
Spray It on Your Makeup Tools!
Did you also know that using a setting spray to diminish your makeup spatula could even help you mix and smooth one’s foundation much more evenly? It also helps keep the base from slipping away during a long day. It would be best to use a spritz on the eyeshadow brush and then use a wet brush to add a more opaque but bold paint. It’s also going to make the shadow remain in position through it without creasing. If you’re in a contour, spray the setting spray on some slanted brush for deep contouring that persists all day long.