If you don't like this product, you're not using it right! When I first purchased I was disappointed because I spritzed after my makeup was done and didn't see a big difference. What you must do is: wash your face, THEN spray (t-zone, then make an X) let it set for about 5-10 minutes and then apply your primer, makeup etc. then after makeup application, spray your face again. (T-zone, X) I have super oily skin and this stuff really works. It mattifies my face and my makeup stays in place all day long. Plus the new bottle design is awesome! I have already, and will be again repurchasing.
I've used this 3 days in a row and it doesn't do a single thing. I still get the water droplet appearance of oil dewing up on my nose by mid-day just as I did prior to using this product. I tried various ways of appling this product: 1) 2-3 sprays after applying my moisturizer BEFORE makeup. 2) 2-3 sprays AFTER makeup application and, after having no luck with both those methods 3) 2-3 sprays BEFORE makeup application and 2-3 sprays afterward to set the makeup. I still get just as oily as before and look shiny after 3-4 hours and oil blotting papers prove it. Maybe this product would work for less-oily girls, but for oil production madhouses like me, this did nothing. Pretty disappointed for the $29 price tag.
There are many ways you can use this product. Here are the ways I've tried. You can spray it into your bare face before applying any makeup. You can spray it into your brush to buff/pat/swirl your foundation. You can spray it into your face once you finished doing your foundation routine and you can spray it into your face after applying your full makeup. I have OILY skin and trust me when I say oily. The best method that has worked for me has been spraying the product into my brush then buffing in my foundation. I have acne scars so i have to apply layers of foundation and after each layer i spray the product onto my brush not my face and apply the next layer and it helps it not look cakey (i use two layers). Especially when you have a thick foundation this helps a lot! It helps control my oil and helps my makeup stay and i don't even wear a primer! I also spray it after i finished doing all of my makeup. P.S. try using it different ways if It isn't working for you. For example if your only spraying it after u do your makeup try spraying it before or on your brush, or etc.
I took the advice of someone else on here because I didn't get any results from spraying it on top of my make up. I put it on my brush and apply it to my face. My face used to get really oily during the day and this product coupled with my mineral make up I rarely if ever have to pat my face during the day where as before I was constantly checking my make up. I love this product!!
When I first tried this I was unimpressed with the results and a bit disappointed because I followed the directions on the box. So I started reading the reviews here and saw that some people were spraying it before and after makeup application. I tried that method the next day and was shocked. My skin usually gets oily an hour or two after I put my makeup on but with De-Slick it never got oily. At the end of the day it just looks like my skin has a natural finish, not overly matte or dewy. I don't need to blot during the day any more but this might change when summer rolls around. I've been using this for a few weeks now and I'm in love. I'm so glad UD came out with new packaging because even though the packaging doesn't affect the product the old packaging was preventing me from buying it.
I am loving this product. I spray before and after I do my foundation and it has hugely improved the wear time of all my foundations and imroved the oil slick that is my face. I received a little sample bottle in a swap and HAD to go get the full size immediately. I am very glad they improved the packaging. It's much nicer looking now. My gripe with this is the price. It's truly ridiculous. The only saving grace there is that it will last for quite a while. The little sample bottle lasted me about a month so I think the full size should be good for at least 8 months. Overall this is a big winner for me.
This setting spray really works. I have very oily skin and this helps keep it less oily. I only mist my face once and it works great, even though the instructions say to mist 2 to 4 times. I've seen a lot of bad reviews for this saying it doesn't do enough and I think those people were expecting some kind of miracle. No, it's not going to make your face completely matte 24/7 but it does help keep the oil down. The only problem I've had so far was with the packaging on the travel size, which leaked like crazy unless it was completely upright. I think it was just a bad bottle though because neither the full size bottle or the travel size I have of All Nighter setting spray leak at all. Overall a great setting spray and I definitely recommend it. I have and will repurchase it.
I do like this setting spray. That being said I think there are better out there and it doesn't do everything it claims. For the price I want to be wow'ed but I am just not. It does set and keep my foundation on a little longer....it does make my matte powder/foundation have a little more glow. It does not control my oil any more than the products I was already doing. However, unlike the original it doesn't make me oilier. It is a nice setting spray the bottle has a good amount of product and the sprayer is really good for misting your face. I won't probably buy this again if I can find something better. I like it better than Fix+ though :)
No discernible effect at all on either controlling oil or making my makeup last longer on my face. I might as well have been spraying my face with tap water for all the good it did me.
It's a good thing I bought the smallest bottle because this stuff is worthless. I applied all my makeup and sprayed this on my face twice afterwards. It's supposed to make your makeup look matte and stay in place, but it does nothing. My skin isn't that oily, but this spray made my face look sooo shiny. Maybe I applied it the wrong way? Maybe it only works when you're wearing UD makeup? Not sure, but it didn't work for me.