Monday, 26 September 2016

URBAN DECAY MAKEUP SETTING SPRAYS

I double that I could have gone through the summer without my setting sprays, they were my saving grace for someone whose face becomes oily within a few hours. The humidity is something that I cant stand because the minute I step out I can feel my makeup starting to melt so I have to have a secret weapon on hand to make it through the hot summer here in Hong Kong.

URBAN DECAY MAKEUP SETTING SPRAYS

Urban Decay Makeup Setting Spray

As you can see they both come in very sleek looking, travel friendly packaging so its easy to just chuck it in your bag or makeup pouch, either way your good to go. I bought the smaller sizes or the travel friendly sizes because I have them in my makeup kit always so I can use them on my clients. I bought the All Nighter from Sephora when I was in the US last year and it was $20 and I bought De-Slick from Mecca last December when I was in Melbourne, sorry I cant remember how much it was. The pumps of the bottles are actually is pretty good, the mist comes out evenly, just one to two pumps is more than enough for the whole face. I like to use it after I have finished all my makeup and the best part is that doesn't makeup my eyeliner runny.

All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray

This one is just fabulous, I have had so many clients message me and ask me what I used on them as they were so impressed, so I would definitely say this is a winner and a MUST have in your makeup collection. As I mentioned before once I have done the makeup I spray a pump or two and give it about a minute to set and dry up and then believe me when I say your makeup will not budge. I used this when I went for a concert and when I came out after the concert my makeup was still in tact. I have used it on pretty hot and humid days and I must say I was impressed, my concealer had not creased and I have very oily skin. My blush was still visible and it looked like I still had foundation on, so this is definitely my favourite setting spray at the moment. I cant imagine summer without it but of course you could wear it all year round and it definitely is long lasting.

De-Slick Makeup Setting Spray

I know Urban Decay is known for amazing quality when it comes to their products so don't get me wrong when I say I didn't really like this setting spray. I mainly bought it because it was for oil control, so I thought this should help me since I have oily skin. However if I am being completely honest it didn't do anything to control my oiliness specially in my t-zone, it did keep my makeup in place though just like the All Nighter. Like always my skin was relatively shiny within a few hours after doing makeup so it really didn't control any oil in my face. Sadly I didn't feel or see any difference so I would suggest just sticking to the All Nighter. This could also be because of my skin type so it doesn't mean that just because it didn't work for me that it wont work for you.

My recommendation would definitely be the All Nighter, it really did impress me and my clients and it will keep your makeup in place all day and night. I will definitely be repurchasing this once my one runs out. Have you tried any of the Urban Decay Makeup Setting Sprays? Which one was your favourite? Let me know in the comments below.

Nashia

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  1. The All nighter setting spray is everything. It really makes my makeup last so well!

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  2. My best friend uses these sprays and I've been so envious, I need to try them! At the moment I'm using Mac's Fix+ but i am trying to branch out away from that since they test on animals, I'm for sure going to go to these ones! Great post Nashia <3

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    1. Thank you Jessica, it definitely is worth the investment

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