Favourite Setting Sprays

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When it comes to setting sprays, I have not used too many nor do I reach for them daily. Every now and then especially in Summer, I do love a good spritz or when I plan on a very long day and need my makeup to last throughout the day. Today I thought I would share some of my current Favourite Setting Sprays.

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My skin tends to get really dry during the course of the day and this happens all year round. However, with a good makeup setting spray’s I find that they do help in setting my Makeup and help prevent those dry patches from making an appearance. Here are three of my current favourite setting sprays I keep reaching for.

Avon Makeup Setting Spray

The Avon makeup setting spray is the very first makeup setting spray I’ve ever used and till this day it’s become one a reach for often. Out of the 3 I will be showing you this is the most affordable option, personally I just think it does the job well for what I need it to unless I plan on something fancier.

Beautyfix Radiant Makeup Finish

The Beautyfix Radiant makeup find she spray is my second favourite setting spray of all time, the company has since changed their name to Me And Youth. I find that this just feels upper hydrating on the skin and it does have this lovely, pleasant scent to it which I quite enjoy.

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist

My favourite setting spray by far, the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Miracle Hydrating Mist might be a mouthful to say, but it is my favourite it makes my skin feels so comfortable all day long and keeps my Makeup intact. I love the hydrating feel it leaves my face. The eight hour range from Elizabeth Arden is just a winner in my opinion and if you are looking for a good setting spray this is a great option to go with.

So that’s basically it guys, a quick some up of my favourite setting sprays I continously reach for in my makeup collection. What are your favourites? Do you guys even make use of setting sprays?


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