Hey beauties, One thing I’d use over primer is setting sprays. In my experience setting sprays works better than a primer for my oily face. Nowadays setting sprays are all the rage, and I’ve tried my fair share of setting sprays. I know what works and what doesn’t on my oily skin, and this is defiantly one that worked. Super excited to tell you about my experience with this setting spray.
On the Physician’s Formula website, the claims read:
- Long-wearing, mattifying Setting Spray delivers selfie-ready makeup for all-day wear.
- The high-tech formula works to instantly mattify, blur, and visibly retexturize skin.
- Hypoallergenic. Fragrance-Free. Paraben-Free. Gluten-Free. Cruelty-Free. Dermatologist Tested. Clinically Tested.
$12.95 on the Physician’s Formula website
Ingredients: Water/Eau, Alcohol denat., Butylene Glycol, Fomes Officinalis (mushroom) Extract, Propanediol, Isododecane, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, PVP, Aluminum Chlorohydrate, Citric Acid, Decyl Glucoside, Sodium Hydroxide, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Caprylyl Glycol, Hexylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol
If you are in search of a clean beauty setting spray, affordable price and drugstore look no further! This is my second purchase and I have a back up in my bathroom cabinet. Yes, It’s my holy grail and I’m obsessed. One thing I really enjoy about this setting spray is it sprays evenly and sprays finely all over the face. For a matte spray, It is pretty hydrating and sinks into the skin nicely without drying it out. I have really good makeup days when I use my setting spray. I have textured skin and this makeup setting spray helps re-texturize my skin. It makes my makeup look set and complete and not all over the place. Another great thing about this setting spray, if you were to go to heavy on foundation or powder it will tame it down to look perfect. I can use this alone without setting my makeup with setting powder. It doesn’t break me out or irritate my skin. It makes my makeup last all day. It has longevity to it than most setting sprays I’ve used in the past. I honestly have no cons on this product.
What I have learned about using setting sprays on my oily skin is that there is a technique I use: instead of putting water on my beauty blender I use setting spray to get it wet. This helps my foundation last longer.
What are your thoughts on setting sprays? Is there a must-have in your makeup routine?
Until next time,