When i first starting with makeup, there’s a lot of products that confused me, what it was or how to use it and things like that. One of them is Mac Fix+ Spray. The only thing i knew was, it’s a setting spray that people use right after they finish their makeup by spraying it onto their face.
I bought it around a month ago, i rarely use it because i dont go out and wear makeup that much. Fix+ is safe to use even for people with sensitive skin because it’s simply water. I have combination oily skin, and i love it. You can find fix+ on almost every makeup artist’ train case or even just a girl’s vanity who’s into makeup because it’s such a multitasking product. It also has a slight floral scent which i like. So now i’m gonna tell you 6 ways to use Mac Fix+.
This is the very basic function of this product. After you’re done with your makeup you can spritz this onto your face to create a dewy finish to your makeup. Also if you use too much powder especially if you use a mineral powder, you can soften the look by spraying it with fix+.
- More Vibrant Pigments/Loose Eyeshadow by Foiling It
Before putting your pigments or loose eyeshadow, spritz your eye brush with fix+. Not only it will make your pigments look more vibrant, but it will also prevent any fall outs because it’s wet. This technique called foiling.
Before applying my foundation i like to spray my Mac 187 with fix+, it works really really well too on Sigma F80 or F82. It will make your foundation glides on a lot smoother on your face, also easier to blend.
You can use fix+ as a base before putting any foundation on. This will act as a primer also a toner that instantly refresh your skin.
If you have any thick foundation, you can make it thinner by mixing it with fix+. Pump your foundation on the back of your hand, spritz fix+ and blend it with your brush. You can also do the same thing on creamy concealer.
If you get oily throughout the day, of just feeling hot because of the heat, you can spray fix+ straight on your face, this will act as a refresher without ruining your makeup
So that’s it for today, i hope that was helpful. Thank you for reading and as always, have a wonderful day!