DIY setting spray


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If there’s one beauty product I don’t like spending money on, it’s setting spray. Even though setting spray is a key product to my love for natural dewy makeup looks, I feel like I can spend that money on something more fun, like highlighter! If you know me then you know I love a blinding highlight.

I looked at the ingredients in most setting sprays and realized that the #1 ingredient is usually glycerine. Glycerine is a great moisturizing agent and is found at most drugstores. Luckily for me I already had some in my cupboard. In my version of this diy setting spray you only need three other ingredients.

Water, aloe vera gel, and witch hazel.

Here’s the recipe:

2 parts glycerine

1 part water

½ part aloe vera gel

½ part witch hazel (I use Thayers rose petal witch hazel)

And that’s it! Put it into a bottle, shake it up, and spray it on your face. It’s that simple.

A quick disclaimer, I DID NOT INVENT THIS RECIPE! I am not taking credit or saying I invented this diy. I did some research and took pieces from different posts to match my preferences. I found most of my information from pinterest, so if you want to do your own research I would suggest to do it there.

I hope this post has helped you make your own setting spray and if you have a different concoction, tell me about it in the comments! I’d love to hear your different ways on this easy diy that saves money.

Thank you for reading,

Sarah 💕

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2 Replies to “DIY setting spray”

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