Most of us probably mist our setting spray directly onto our face after putting on make-up, but according to beauty TikTokers, this is wrong. You can always count on the TikTok community to bring an alternative POV and the latest one is definitely different. The new beauty hack is showing what users are claiming to be the “right” way to use setting spray and it is pretty surprising.
Who thought we needed a new way to use setting spray? Whether you're going for a glam look using the best eyeshadow palettes or natural make-up using nothing more than the best BB creams, setting spray is essential for preventing make-up from creasing and absorbing facial oils. You could rely on your highlighter to leave you with a glowing finish, but depending on what setting spray you use, you could have a clean matte or luminous skin in just a few spritzes.
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Make-up artist and TikToker @kevikodra has gained over 3 million views for a setting spray hack that he claims is “better" than the typical method.
In the video, he demonstrates the so-called normal way, which is by spraying the product all over your face at the end of your make-up routine. He then tells viewers to “stop it immediately” and proceeds to demonstrate the hack.
He grabs his make-up sponge and sprays a generous amount onto it then “lightly dabs” the sponge into his skin starting at his highlighted area. Supposedly, this allows the product to “melt” into your skin and create a "dewy" look.
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Another TikToker noticed the same results but tweaked their approach by going back over the setting spray with powder to really set it.
“Try this if you want your make-up to last all day long” @juliarosemondbeauty said at the start of her clip. She then proceeded to demonstrate the new method, then added the powder to finish her look.
Either way, both methods seem produce glowing results.
For a photo-ready look, top off your make-up with a loose powder to suck up any excess oil.
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Rylee is a U.S. news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life who primarily covers lifestyle, celebrity, and fashion news. At times, she also reports on beauty, royals, entertainment, health, and travel. The latest fashion and beauty trends, along with any quirky travel destinations are her favorite topics to write about.
Before coming to woman&home and My Imperfect Life, Rylee originally studied journalism at Hofstra University where she explored her interests in world politics and magazine writing. From there, she dabbled in freelance writing covering fashion and beauty e-commerce for outlets such as the TODAY show, American Spa Magazine, First for Women, and Woman’s World.
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