By Devon Abelman. Photos: Courtesy of Brands.
With temperatures rising, the probability of melty makeup sky-rockets, too. Luckily, you can extend the life of your flawless foundation, blinding highlighter, and sharp winged liner with the help of setting sprays, a.k.a. hair spray for your face. Give your whole face a mist or take cues from makeup artist James Charles. He likes to dose his makeup brush with setting spray before sweeping on highlighter. "It's my favorite trick if you want your highlights to be extremely poppin' — like, so bright they can be seen from outer space," he told Allure. Another tip: makeup artist Kate Lee dampens a Beautyblender with the stuff before pressing it on skin to smooth out dry patches or creased makeup. With these tips in mind, here's the best setting sprays, courtesy of Allure editors and celebrity makeup artists.
This story originally appeared on Allure.
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