Facial mists are an absolute must for a redhead’s skincare routine. They are well worth your money and are incredibly versatile. They can be used to hydrate your skin, lock in moisture and act as a toner and makeup setting spray.
How to use a facial mist:
1. After cleansing, spray on the skin before applying moisturizer. This will help your moisturizer lock everything in and keep your skin hydrated.
2. Spray on your skin mid-day for a little refresher.
3. Add a little spray to your foundation brush before applying foundation. This will give your skin a dewy look that’s not too heavy.
Keep scrolling to learn about our top favorite face mists for redheads.
This toner is great for all skin types. Rosewater specifically targets anti-aging by reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, it contains properties that help to repair damaged and extremely dry skin. Witch hazel works to tighten the skin giving it a lifted appearance and also contains antibacterial properties.
2. Evian Facial Mist, $19
Opt for this one if you have extra sensitive skin because it contains just pure mineral water.
Tip: If you use powered foundation and want to reduce the powdery look, simply spray this mist over the finished product. Evian Facial Mist is pure and perfect for sensitive skin, but be cautious when applying this finished-makeup-spritz tip to other facial mists. The other mists may contain essential oils or fragrance and it can seriously irritate your eyes.
3. Caudalie Grape Water, $18
This natural beauty brand harnesses the essence of grapes to hydrate and tone your skin. It contains high levels of antioxidants to help fight pollution-related skin damage and also aids in reducing redness and irritation.
A simple, reasonably priced facial spray, often touted as a holy grail skincare product by celebrity makeup artists. It contains excellent soothing properties to calm redness and also tackle pesky pimples. Talk about a multitasker!
5. Slip Sleep Mist, $32
This facial mist contains botanical ingredients including chamomile and lavender which both help to promote relaxation. This mist is typically designed for your bedtime routine, but why not try using it during stressful events like that speech you have to make at work or the date you have planned on Saturday night?
DIY Option: Green Tea Facial Spray $5
Brew green tea as per package directions. Let it cool and pour it into a spray bottle. Shake and apply as you would other facial mists and store in the fridge.
This homemade facial hydrator is great if you want to save money and still get the effects of a facial mist. It helps to combat redness and repair sun-damaged skin. For added benefit, mix in aloe vera juice to help soothe and calm sunburns.
So, there you have it! A list of different ‘redhead friendly’ facial mists to use depending on your budget and taste. We love to hear your thoughts. If you have any other great suggestions be sure to link them in the comments below.
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