Just as primer should be your first step in any makeup routine, setting spray should always be your last step. This is the step that locks in your look, making it so that you don't have to reapply any of your products throughout the day. This should always be your final step since it locks in everything underneath.
How do you use setting spray for beginners?
Hold the setting spray bottle about 6-8 inches away from your face. If you want to give your entire face an even and thorough coverage, so don't spray too close. To further make sure you can cover all the surface area you need to, spray in an X-formation first, and then a T-formation.
What does a makeup setting spray do?
It's a beauty product that harnesses the power of long wear ingredients and is misted over your face as the final step in makeup application. Setting spray aims to lock in complexion and eye makeup, helping each product to stay put and last.
Is setting spray just for foundation?
Setting spray is used to keep your whole face of makeup in place—that includes setting powder, mascara, and even lipstick. "Setting spray is applied all over the skin, not just your face makeup," Screven says. "Some offer a more dewy finish, while others keep things matte."
Why does my makeup come off even with setting spray?
"One of the biggest culprits of makeup separation is using too much product," says Fortier. "A little can go a long way, so apply a little at a time and only use what you need." She adds that the thicker the makeup is, the more likely it is to separate throughout the day.
How do you blend makeup with setting spray?
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