Why You Should Use Makeup Setting Spray

Setting spray is a relatively new product in the history of makeup–it was invented as a product to be used primarily in Hollywood to keep dancers, actresses, and...

Setting spray is a relatively new product in the history of makeup–it was invented as a product to be used primarily in Hollywood to keep dancers, actresses, and other entertainers makeup set for long shoot days and intense performances.

Quickly, it became essential in every girl's vanity, setting spray shortly swept the beauty world by storm. A post-blend spritz is so day-changing that we decided to make our own. Read on for more about why we love setting spray and the value it will bring to your lewk.

Setting spray is specially formulated to assist your makeup in adhering to your skin, giving it staying so your makeup beat lasts way longer. What’s more, is that setting spray won’t just keep your makeup on your face, it will keep it from fading.

Pro tip: setting spray can also be used throughout the day to keep your makeup looking dewy and fresh.

Set It and Forget It

The initial spray will stay all day–no need to overdo it. Setting spray is a low-impact product, with a high-impact result. The application process is incredibly straightforward–literally, just mist your face after you finish applying all of your makeup. Just remember to close your eyes when spraying the product in your face. If your lashes tend to rest on your eyelids, blinking a few times post-spray before fully opening your eyes will prevent damp mascara from getting on your lids–a little amateur insight from a gal with inset eyes.

Because the usage of setting spray requires just a spray or two per makeup application, the product is also considered to be very affordable for the usage amount, and therefore worth every penny. You can’t put a price on 1:00 AM intact makeup, am I right?

To get the best value out of your setting spray, makeup should be applied properly and thoughtfully first. Use a Beautyblender makeup sponge to apply a thin layer of foundation, blush, and/or highlighter evenly. Also, be patient–wait for mascara and liquid eyeliner to dry fully before spraying so there isn’t any initial smudging.

In It For the Long Haul

Let’s talk Re-Dew, Beautyblender’s set & refresh spray. Re-Dew keeps your makeup intact while nourishing your skin at the same time. A combination of white birch, hyaluronic acid, silk extract, and probiotics soothe and brighten skin while also providing longevity and radiance. A spritz of Re-Dew and dry patches, dullness, and caking are a thing of the past. Like most other setting sprays, Re-Dew can be used post-blend and throughout the day.

Setting spray is a #blessing for 9-5 working women, day-to-night festival chicks, beauty enthusiasts, and perfectionists alike. The great thing about setting spray is that it empowers women to style their makeup without having to worry about re-application, smudging, or fading. So go ahead, put your best face forward with the reassurance that your beauty look will be just as Sasha Fierce at the end of the day as it was at the beginning.

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