Ever walked down the makeup aisle at a store and felt overwhelmed? You are definitely not alone. With so many different types of products, it may be hard to know where to start looking – whether you’re a makeup newbie or a seasoned pro! There is definitely no shortage of different types of makeup sprays as well. We’ve gathered a list of the different types of makeup sprays to help get you started.
Makeup Remover Spray
While this may sound pretty straightforward, a makeup remover spray is a gamechanger for removing your makeup. Just washing your face with cleanser will not cut it when removing products that have seeped into your pores throughout the day. When using a makeup remover spray, spray a few squirts into a cotton ball, microfiber cloth, or makeup pad. Then, gently sweep across your face to remove the dirt and grime that’s sure to have built up throughout the course of the day. Skindinavia’s makeup remover spray even removes the toughest of products, including waterproof makeup, eyelash glue, liquid lipsticks, and highly pigmented eyeshadows. Additionally, Skindinvia’s spray is infused with Vitamin E, so it can nourish your skin while also preventing future breakouts – amazing!
Makeup Primer Spray
You may have heard of makeup primer before – a great first step before applying your makeup for the day. Makeup primer spray is a makeup primer on steroids. By just applying a few sprays to your face prior to applying your makeup, your makeup will be sure to last the entire day. What’s great about a spray version of makeup primer is that it does not go on greasy or heavy as you aren’t rubbing it into your skin. Skindinavia’s primer spray goes above and beyond other primer products as it also evens out your skin tone, reduces redness, regulates excess oil production, locks in moisture, and even decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles! It’s also water-resistant, so you can rest assured that your makeup will stay in place even after a long day at work or a big event!
Makeup Finishing Spray
Finishing spray, which sometimes is referred to as setting spray, is a game changer into locking your makeup into place for long periods of time. It’s the final product you should apply to your face after finishing your makeup routine. Warning – once you start using this product you won’t be able to go back to not using it! Although it can definitely be used for a long work shift, most of the time you’ll want to apply a finishing spray for a big event where you know you want to lock in your look for hours. Most makeup finishing sprays are water resistant, so you can sip, eat, or cry the night away and won’t have to worry about streaks or smudges! Skindinavia’s finishing spray takes it a step further – their patented technology cools the skin while reducing sweat and oil production on your face!
Maskne Control Spray
While the COVID pandemic may seem over, there are many people who have jobs that require them to continue to wear masks – I’m looking at you healthcare workers and servers! Maskne control spray helps to prevent breakouts after wearing a mask that limits airflow and traps heat all day. If you decide to use maskne control spray, you should apply first thing before beginning your normal makeup routine. Skindinavia’s maskne control spray keeps your skin cool and hydrated for 16 hours while preventing oil production and reducing inflammation. The product includes purified zinc, black current and raspberry leaf extract, and willow bark. This combo not only soothes irritated skin, but can help prevent painful breakouts. In fact it actually promotes the overall health of your skin!