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How do you stop makeup rubbing off???

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4267sparkles Tue 23-May-17 20:46:53

Im pretty useless when it comes to make up and dont wear loads. I currently use Maybelline foundation and then No17 Matte powder but can anyone give any tips on how to stop my make up rubbing off on tops or jacket collars!! 🤔

Algebraic Tue 23-May-17 20:53:28

Fixing spray or better foundation. Double wear by Este Lauder will not come off for love nor money.

4267sparkles Tue 23-May-17 21:05:31

I quite like the Este Lauder double wear foundation but find it a bit heavy for every day wear. Ill have a look into fixing sprays...always thought they might be a con 😂 Thanks Algebraic

LoupGarou Tue 23-May-17 21:14:41

Fixing spray or if I'm being lazy or have run out of fixing spray I mist my face with hairspray - eyes closed though! blush

Tootsiepops Tue 23-May-17 21:18:08

Revlon colourstay is v good. Doesn't budge.

FriedPisces Tue 23-May-17 21:21:07

Primer, foundation applied with a sponge/blender, powder on that, once you're happy with the way everything looks spritz with a makeup setting spray. The Body Shop Vitamin E one is good.

TheLegendOfBeans Tue 23-May-17 21:25:46

Try NYX fixing spray. X

SafeToCross Tue 23-May-17 21:36:11

Fixing spray gives me spots. From a tip on here I just tap a brush of light powder (bristles straight onto face) all over just enough to fix it. Currently I use one called an invisible powder, but seems to make me a bit pale so I guess it is not invisible smile. However, I don't know if this would stop it transferring to clothes, it just stops it slipping and irritating my eyes.

chipsandpeas Tue 23-May-17 22:06:16

tbh the primark setting spray is brill for the price, i much prefer it over my urban decay one

Algebraic Tue 23-May-17 22:16:25

Double wear do a light version, not as many shades though. I haven't tried it as I quite like heavy coverage! I used to do a mist of hair spray but now I get eczema on my face I can't do that anymore.

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