When should I use setting spray on my face? Makeup setting spray, AKA “finishing spray” or “setting mist,” is to makeup what hair spray is to hair. It’s designed to be used after you’ve applied all of your beauty products (we’re talking post-makeup primer, foundation, concealer, bronzer, blush, eyeshadow, mascara–the whole deal) to lock in your makeup look.
How can I set my face without setting spray?
Do you need setting spray if you don’t use foundation? You can use a setting spray in many ways, and you can use it with or without makeup. Applying a setting spray without foundation can help to give the skin a fresh and dewy look. The key is choosing the best setting spray that works for your skin type.
Is it better to use setting spray before or after makeup? 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.