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Setting Sprays

Using the right setting spray during your makeup application will improve the overall finish and longevity of your fleek. 

Let’s just start by saying not all sprays are created equal. Different sprays have different ingredients which will make them more or less useful to different people, and how you can apply them to your makeup process.

Primer Sprays:

Allows your makeup to sit into your skin. It keeps you very dewy and provides a good base for makeup to melt into.

Blending Sprays:

These sprays both have a dewy finish and increase hydration while making your makeup last longer. That’s basically the perfect formula to spritz a few sprays after applying cream products, before blending them with your beauty blender or brush. You can also spray these sprays directly into you brush or beauty blender to dampen them, but make sure you aren’t applying an overly wet sponge or brush to your face!

Finishing Sprays:

This is certainly the most common use for setting sprays! Spritzing your face after your makeup is complete to create an all-day finish.

Intensifying Sprays:

You can use any of these sprays to dampen your skin or makeup brush when applying powder products (like your highlighter or eyeshadow!) to get a bold colour pay-off. 

Try out a few sprays and see what works best for your skin type. Layering the spray into each step of your application, and it keeps your makeup lasting forever! Don’t be afraid to use a few different sprays to get the perfectly fleek face of your dreams. 

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