It’s incredibly difficult to make sure our makeup lasts the entire day, especially when we are out and about in this scorching heat. So here, we pick out the best setting sprays to keep your makeup intact.
1: YSL Beaute Top Secrets Makeup Setting Spray, $65
Photo: Yves Saint Laurent
This refreshing setting spray is infused with hyaluronic acid and glycerin to retain skin’s moisture. Morrocan walnut leaf extract protects skin from harmful environmental stressors while jojoba oil adds a lasting glow.
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2: Hera Makeup Fixer, $40
With a host of hydrating ingredients like cotton extract and natural coconut oil, this ensures skin stays moisturised and plump. It also provides a healthy glow to complexions while adhering closely to the skin so makeup stays put.
3: Urban Decay All Nighter Pollution Environmental Defense Makeup Setting Spray, $50
As its name suggests, this not only prevents your makeup from budging for up to 16 hours but it also contains a blend of mineral like zinc oxide to protect against free radical damage.
4: Algenist Splash Hydrating Setting Mist, $49
Mineral-rich sea water combines with an algalyte complex and alguronic acid to intensely hydrate and lock in moisture for a plumper, more youthful-looking complexion. A unique second skin matrix helps to form a protective, seamless layer to help seal in hydration and set makeup.
5: Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist, $22
Infused with rose water and green tea, this effectively replenishes lost moisture and provides antioxidant protection as well. It also soothes and revitalises tired complexions.
6: Too Faced Hangover 3-in-1 Primer & Setting Spray, $49
A three-in-one coconut water-infused mist that primes, sets and refreshes makeup while keeping skin hydrated. It even improves skin’s elasticity and boosts radiance.
7: Lunasol Fix & Set Airy Mist, $38
Photo: Fasola Shop
This light, refreshing fine mist helps to moisturise dry skin and prolong makeup wear. It is also enriched with ingredients that help to control the production of excess sebum and even minimises the look of enlarged pores.
This article was originally published in Female.