I talk about this all the time on this blog, so it only felt right to do a full review on it. I’ve gone over it briefly in my 2017 favourites (which is actually one of my favourite blog posts.) More and more setting sprays seem to be popping up all over the place, so it can be pretty hard to know which one to go for. In this post I’ll be reviewing the Too Faced Hangover 3 in 1 Setting Spray.
This setting spray is a little pricey, as it costs £27, but I find that it’s worth it, as it has 3 benefits. Before this I used the Urban Decay All Nighter and the MAC Fix+. I have dry skin, so I needed something refreshing, to stop me looking so dry. The Too Faced Hangover spray stops the need for the two products, as it has it all in one.
The three uses are Prime, Set and Refresh. I don’t use this to prime, but I find it does an excellent job of doing the other two things.
If you spray this onto a clean face before you apply your makeup it should act as a primer. It makes a great primer, but I prefer to use something else, so I can save this for setting.
This does a really great job of setting makeup. I spray it all over my face when I’ve finished my makeup and it stays in place all day.
I don’t take this out with me to refresh during the day, but I can imagine it’d be perfect for that. Sometimes when I finish my makeup, my skin is looking visibly dry, but after using this I’m looking a lot more refreshed. The reason it’s so hydrating is because it contains Coconut water.
I’m on my second bottle, but it’s soon to be third. My problem is that I spray too much, but because you have the three uses you can get through these bottles like there’s no tomorrow, as you’re using it so often.
If you like a matte finish then this might not be for you, because it does leave you looking dewy. I’d say this is more for those that have dry skin than oily, so it’s all about your skin type really.
It also has a coconut scent to it. That I hated at first, but I’ve slowly got used to it and actually like it now. The scent doesn’t last, but if you are sensitive scents then it’s worth noting.
So overall it’s a really great setting spray for those of us with dry skin. If you have oily skin then I’m not so sure it’ll work for you.
What’s your favourite setting spray?
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