Do you use a facial spray?
I don’t always use one, but it depends on what I am up to! When I have an important day ahead of me and I am wearing a full face of makeup, I will occasionally use one. I wore a makeup setting spray for my wedding, but I haven’t worn it a whole lot of times since! I’ve noticed that all face sprays are not created equal- a lot of them tend to have different uses. Some are better for keeping makeup budge proof, and others are better for keeping moisture in the skin and using as a refresher. I reviewed one by NoxiDoxi a few weeks ago, and now I am onto a new one by Kiehl’s.
The Cactus Flower & Tibetan Gingseng Hydrating Mist is a cooling, refreshing formula that hydrates the skin and can be used over or under makeup. The scent is a bit herbal, as it contains a blend of lavender, geranium, and rosemary essential oils. It’s perfectly purse sized which is just what I need when I am chucking stuff in there to go to the park, to the zoo, and on one of our many summer adventures that we take every day! When my face starts to feel tight and dry throughout the day, or I look in the mirror and I can see that my mascara is starting to flake all over my cheeks and I need a quick refresher before I go in there to fix it, this spray is what I reach for. It’s the perfect way to my skin dewy and fresh again before I go in and make some touch ups.
Another spray I have enjoyed in the past, but don’t currently have is Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray. The Moisture Surge is fantastic at keeping my skin really moisturized and I’ve gone through more bottles of it than anything else I can think of in my beauty stash over the years. For budge proof makeup, I have used Urban Decay All Nighter and Make Up For Ever Mist + Fix and find them equally effective. I’m more likely to take the MUFE if I’m on the go though, since I have a tiny bottle of it! Gotta love those mini sizes for your purse!
I’d love to know, do you use a facial spray? Is it a must have for you or an easy to skip step?
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