What are setting sprays and powders? A setting spray is a liquid misted onto the skin through an atomizer. While setting powder is used to absorb oil all over or just in key areas.While powders tend to work better for oily skin and setting sprays for dry skin, if you really want to set your makeup and extend the life of your makeup, I recommend using both a loose powder and a setting spray.
How to Apply Setting Spray
It’s important to hold the spray at least 14 inches from your face, as you don’t want large water droplets to mess with your makeup
With your eyes closed, spritz the center of your face, then again over your forehead
Finish with two more sprays for the sides of your face, and one last time on your chin and neck
Once it dries, you’re set to go
Dust setting powder under your eyes to catch any excess eye-shadow. Before applying eye-shadow, eyeliner, or mascara, brush a heavy coating of powder over the area below your eye and above your cheekbone. After finishing your eye makeup, use a clean brush to dust the setting powder away.
Setting powder should be applied after your foundation and concealer but before other powder makeup such as blush or bronzer. Setting sprays absolutely make a difference in the wear of your makeup. They prolong the life of your makeup. The purpose of the setting spray is to allow your makeup last long. If you are someone who wears makeup the entire day or does heavy makeup, then setting spray would be for you. Your skin type and how well does it support your makeup. If you sweat too soon and too often, you’d probably need a setting spray.
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