Setting Sprays That Actually Keep Your Makeup In Place

Is there anything worse than applying a perfect face of makeup in the morning only to find it sliding down your face by the time you reach the office or get back from school drop-off?

The quest to find makeup that actually stays in place is endless, especially when you consider how influential factors like skin condition and weather can be day-to-day to makeup performance.

So, that’s where setting sprays come in. These handy mists are a foolproof way to set your complexion and help to keep your foundation and concealer where it should be and looking it’s best, all day (and even night) long.

Here are some of our must-try recommendations…

Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray

This product is a legend for a reason. It’s used by makeup artists from Hollywood to catwalks in Europe because it actually works. It holds your makeup in place and prevents separation even through humid temperatures and sweating sprints to catch the train.

Hourglass Veil Soft Focus Setting Spray

Giving you a soft diffused look, this setting spray by hourglass is a super fine mist and perfect for people who like to keep their complexion light and breezy. It sets makeup, helps to refresh it throughout the day and is perfect for pressing into areas like the undereye to ensure your concealer doesn’t budge.

KVD Beauty Lock-It Makeup Setting Mist

Like many of the KVD Vegan Beauty products, this setting spray is designed to last well into the early hours of the morning. It’s great for locking down your makeup without leaving a sticky residue and works well for refreshing your foundation in the afternoon so you don’t have to reapply before your head out.

Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray

The definite bonus to this setting spray is the gorgeous luminous finish it gives your skin. It doesn’t look sticky or shiny, just radiant and healthy. It has plenty of hydrating ingredients that work to keep your complexion fresh and your foundation in place. As a bonus, it also works as a beautiful primer.

 

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