Tarte Miraculous Maracuja Makeup Setting Spray ($26)
Urban Decay All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray ($30)
"It's the setting spray I use to keep a matte finish matte because it does not add shine - it offers some hydration without making your skin feel sticky," she explains.
Because setting sprays can preserve make-up through heat, sweat and physical exertion, it has become a widely used product in the entertainment industry, favored by stylists in theatre, film and television.
Since Skindinavia's launch, many other setting sprays have entered the market, including products made by Eyes Lips Face (J.A. Cosmetics Corp), Matrix, and Sephora.
Setting spray (also finishing spray, makeup setting spray, finish spray, or makeup spray) is a cosmetic product designed to preserve applied make-up long periods of time.
To wit: Andre Sarmiento (artist to Jamie King, Kate Bosworth, and Zoey Deutch) tells us that in today's super-HD world, setting sprays have become his best friend.
The development of hair-styling products, particularly setting sprays, hair-oil and hair-cream, influenced the way in which hair was styled, and the way in which people across the world wore their hair, from day to day.
If you asked us to recall life before setting sprays (read: when powder was the only legit way to lock in your makeup), we'd cringe at our teenage memories, which you can bet included many a 'cake face' moment.
The cosmetics industry has accepted setting sprays as a complement to powders in keeping the skin from drying for longer periods of time, however there are product reviewers who have wondered if a setting spray is effective when not wearing foundation even though it has proven effective with minimal makeup.