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Friday, November 17, 2017

Spray & Set | Too Faced Hangover RX 3-in-1 Spray & Born this Way Ethereal Setting Powder

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Happy Friday! I happen to have BIG weekend plans... Me, my couch, and season five of Wentworth on Netflix. It's going to be amazing. But, before that, we've got a little Too Faced duo to chat up. Ready? You know what to do...




Setting spray, facial mist, whatever you call it, I love it. Too Faced has won a little bit of my mist loving heart with their Hangover RX 3-in-1 Replenishing Primer & Setting Spray. The spray/mist works triple duty as it primes, hydrates  and refreshes skin, and sets makeup with a skin loving formula featuring coconut water, a probiotic-based ingredient, and skin revivers.

The mist applies fairly fine, so you're not left feeling soaked, and features a light almost coconut-y scent. I find that this mist is quite hydrating- possibly more so than any other mist I've used- which makes it great for before makeup but isn't enough to use alone or to give the smoothness of a traditional primer. That said, this does work well to set makeup and refresh throughout the day.


Translucent powder is a must have item, and while most are fine, Too Faced has upped the powder game with their Born this Way Ethereal Loose Setting Powder. It's not only cute- it has a heart when you open it, come on!- but is also one of the lightest, silkiest powders I've ever felt. The coconut water, alpine rose, and hyaluronic acid infused formula works to replenish moisture, brighten, smooth, and boost skin's radiance all while keeping you perfectly set. The finish is natural, not matte, with the finest hint of luminosity. It doesn't read as glowy, but it just gives skin a hint of brightness and stops the powder from looking like powder. It's gorgeous and pretty much impossible to over-do.

I have to admit, I didn't know if these products were going to be worth their price-points, but I've been really impressed with both since adding them into my routine. What do you think? Tried these or want to?