I am a huge fan of mists. This is pure moisture in a bottle. I do tend to forget that i actually have them, but when i do remember i use them, and really can’t understand that I forgot about them. Sounds weird I know, but sorry I am only human.
There are many different types of facial mists and some are actually essences in a spray bottle and can be used as a quick treatment during the day. Some are pure moisture, and some has other effect like the tightening of the skin. You choose the type of mist depending on what function you are after.
It is a quick way to add some extra moisture to the skin without ruining the rest of your makeup.
If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer, this is the best products ever. The feeling after spraying a mist on your face is lovely and you can feel the relief on your skin, even thought you might not know how the computer affects your skin.
So again, you spray it on top of your makeup, the makeup will not be ruined. You can also spray some on a puff or a brush before applying your foundation or BB cream, and it will help the foundation to blend easily.
I usually spray after I am finished with my makeup, it makes the feeling of makeup on my face less obvious and it really helps the makeup to look natural.
If you don’t own one I really suggest that you try one out.
Making your own
You can make your own mist by putting some of your favorite toner in a spray bottle. If it is too thick to give a nice misty spray (when trying to spray a too thick product from a spray bottle it tends to come in one big squirt, and that is not the goal here) you can always dilute it with distilled water. You can buy the distilled water or boil tap water. Another example is to use aloe vera gel and dilute it with distilled water and then you have another mist. Or you can simply buy the once that someone already made for you.
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