DIY Makeup Setting SprayMay 24, 2017 / byBritta + Carli Garsow / Categories : Feeds
Here we are with another beauty post! Can you tell we love makeup and skincare? And though we enjoy doing our makeup every day, it can be rough on our skin. So when we can, we opt for natural products that will nourish and moisturize our skin as opposed to some harsh ingredients that dry it out.
Makeup setting spray is necessary when you want your makeup to blend together flawlessly and last all day long. It tends to be costly, and since we use setting spray every day, we go through bottle after bottle. To save some money and our skin, we decided to make our own! Since we’re into DIY skincare, we had all of the ingredients at home, which is a huge money saver!
Step One: First, add two tablespoons of glycerin to your spray bottle using a funnel.
Step Two: Next you’re going to add 8 tablespoons of rose water to your bottle.
Step Three: Add two tablespoons of witch hazel to your mixture.
Step Four: Next up, add 4 tablespoons of water to your bottle.
Step Five: Last but not least, add 4 drops of essential oil to your bottle. We used citrus oil so the spray wakes up your face, but you can use lavender or any other oil you’d like!
Step Six: Now shake it up! Mix it all together so everything is cohesive.
Step Seven: This step is optional, but we added some vinyl letters to our spray to jazz it up a bit!
This setting spray smells amazing, and it will make your face feel refreshed and hydrated! Which is all we really want in the morning, right? Try making your own and you’ll never go back to store-bought makeup setting spray! – Britta & Carli Garsow
Credits // Author and Photography: Britta & Carli Garsow. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions.
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