Measure 1 tablespoon of glycerin into a jar or bowl. You can use a little more for dry skin, or a little less for oily. You can substitute aloe for glycerin but the consistency may be a little different.
Next, add 3 tablespoons of purified water, stirring it together with the glycerin until well incorporated.
You can stop here, or add in 1 tablespoon of witch hazel. I love witch hazel for its astringent properties, especially with the warmer weather now here! You can also add in a few drops of essential oil if you'd like to add a scent.
Once your ingredients are all stirred together, carefully funnel into your spray bottle. You can choose to double this recipe depending on the size of your bottle or just make small batches as needed for freshness.
Voilà! You now have a makeup setting spray that cost you less than a latte! You can also use your spray to wet your eyeshadow brush, amping up the pigmentation of shadows or apply to refresh your makeup midday. Try storing your spray in the fridge for a little extra refreshment!
Now spritz away!
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