I bought this to get rid of the cakey look from wearing powders and for this purpose it works as it gives my face a dewy appearance. I also like that it releases a fine and continuous mist and is cheaper than Fix+. The overall finish makes my makeup look like it was airbrushed on so if you like the flawless look, then this or a similar finishing spray would be ideal. As I prefer a more natural look though, the finish was just a little too perfect and made-up for me.
i saw this when my makeup artist used this for me... when he applied this on my face, i felt really refreshed and my makeup applied smoothly, no flakes at all..plus my makeup stayed put all day.. i got a clean, smooth and glow face.. i love it!
I spray this on to set my powder and it's great.It really blends the makeup into my skin and totally takes away that powder look that i hate. Although this is just water and nitrogen I think.Doesnt bum me out because I get this at a shop where it is sold really really cheap.
UPDATE: apparently nitrogen cause cellular damage?! EEK I'm junking this stuff.
Where to start.
The two nice things about it: It's an aerosol, so unlike fix+ or just plain friggin water, if oyu press on the nozzle you get a continuous spray. The mist is fine and ti feels refreshing.
These are poor justification for buying water (who the eff cares if tehre's nitrogen) in a can. It doesn't help your skin immensely more than water in a spray bottle. I'd spend the extra 15 (after the 1 dolalr spent on the bottle) on a nice moisturizer or other skincare product.
Are you kidding me? These reviews aren't justified in the least. It makes your makeup dewy? What are you using? My foundations and powders are all oil based, like most major brands, and oil and water do not mix.
I have been using this for several weeks and love it! I use it to set my make-up, as a pick up spray during the day, after I wash and moisturize my face at night and before I go to bed! I had used this years ago and forgot how nice it is. I love it so much, I decided to get a large bottle for my car to use when I'm driving. I can use it anytime and it doesn't make me break out and seems to improve the look of my makeup. Who knew???
"Nitrogen actually IS bad for your skin"....I would like to clear up this is NOT true, it is LIQUID nitrogen that is bad for the skin. This spray uses nitrogen to spray out mineral water (H2O) NOT liquid nitrogen (LN2).
Why this is a great product (even though it is on the pricey side) is because it is free of tap-water chemical, suitable for all skin type and especially handy when one is in low-humidity environment (ex. when traveling on an airplane.) .
This is good for setting my mineral makeup; It makes it look smooth and makes my skin glow. I also like to use it when my mineral makeup makes dry spots show up on my face: a little spray of this and smoothing it on completely eliminates all dry flakes. I wouldn't say this is moisturizing at all and I took off one lippie because in the end this is just water.
I mostly use it after moisturizing: makes my skin feels so smoooooth!I try to put it before moisturizing, but after works best for me.
I use it to fix my make up.
I've been using that product for at least 9 years. The big can will last you a while. But I think they only do the travel size.
Try it, you'll love it.
Whenever I feel as though I am not looking my best while out in public esp. in uncomfortable atmospheres i.e. crowded, dry, hot, etc. I mist my face with a few quick bursts of this, let it sit for a few seconds and blot. I then emerge fresh faced, dewy yet matte with my made up face undisturbed. Simple concept, yet very convenient! Will always continue to repurchase. Also great for setting makeup.
Dried out my face. Although at first I thought it did help when I would be outside in the cold.
Nah, I've jst applied it to my face and it feels a lot drier (crunchy-tight even) than before application.
There's no ingredient list on the can, so my sister & I bought it at Sephora not really knowing what it was besides a moisturiser in a can? What...