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I’ve always wondered what the purpose of facial mists are. I always thought it would just be a waste of money. Does it not mess up your makeup at all? Do you use them?
I use them all the time. Especially while traveling. Before and after makeup. Should not mess up your makeup. Actually a facial spray can be used as a setting spray. If you are a powder-user – a quick spritz should get rid of that “powdery”/ “cakey” look. Face will look a bit dewy instead of dry. You can also make your own – add 2part distilled water and 1 part glycerin to a spray bottle with a few drops of your favorite essential oil and… ‘voila’ – facial spray.
Awesome, thanks for explaining that to me!! 🙂
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