Makeup Revolution Pro Fix Illuminating Setting Spray

Makeup Revolution Illuminating Setting Spray | Essential Twenty

I don’t need to rave about my favourite setting spray, the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray, anymore than I have in the past, but what I can say is that it’s quite pricey. I’ve been looking for some budget options to replace my favourite but I’ve been struggling. Some I’ve enjoyed, others not so much. But the Makeup Revolution Pro Fix Illuminating Setting Spray is one that I’ve been using for a little while and it’s time to give my 2 cents about it.

This particular setting spray caught my eye as I was browsing the aisles of Superdrug due to the difference in packaging to most other Makeup Revolution products. It’s a little more chic that their other packaging, however it does still feel cheap to hand. The nozzle of the bottle works well and doesn’t result in splashes of spray on your face, and instead delivers a fine mist as expected.

At only £5 a bottle (100ml), the Makeup Revolution Pro Fix Illuminating Setting Spray is definitely one of the cheaper sprays on the market. It is designed to keep your makeup on all days whilst illuminating the skin by hydrating and brightening, as well as lasting through heat and humidity for up to 8 hours.

Makeup Revolution Illuminating Setting Spray | Essential Twenty

In order to follow through with these claims, this setting spray contains aloe veras as well as vitamins A, B, E and F which also prevents makeup fading. Definitely cool to spritz on a warmer day, I used this a lot during my final month at work before my 7 week holiday began (no, I won’t stop going on about my long holiday. Sorry not sorry). I actually really enjoy this on a daily basis although it is no different than the Freedom Pro Studio Anti-Shine Fixing Spray, (a setting spray from another Tam Beauty company) which I’ve said in the past I wouldn’t repurchase simply because there are other setting sprays out there for me to try.

It’s not illuminating in the way I would expect, but it does the job on a daily basis and I’m happy to use this up as a setting spray. But if you are after something to really illuminate the skin I’d probably pass on this. Although can you really complain all that much for £5?

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