Review: Mary Kay Finishing Spray

 

The new Mary Kay Finishing Spray is definitely a must have product in your arsenal. I started using it a week ago and now can’t image going without. After applying your makeup just spritz on your face and your makeup is locked in place. It not only hold my makeup in place it keeps the colors vibrant and looking as good as when I applied it. 

A truly great product that will help your makeup last all day. 

New! Mary Kay® Makeup Finishing Spray developed in partnership with Skindinävia®. Mary Kay wanted to bring women of all skin types the opportunity to get their hands on one of the best kept beauty secrets among professionals. Used by celebrity makeup artists, like Mary Kay Glam Squad Member Marissa Nemes, the Mary Kay® Makeup Finishing Spray will give your makeup the staying power of up to 16 hours! Its oil-free, non-comedogenic and dermatologist tested formula has been color-fast tested so it won’t stain clothing.

“A few mists of the Mary Kay Makeup Finishing Spray will create dimension, add brilliance and enhance all makeup shades on the face. Eye shadow, blush and lip shades will intensify and deepen due to the color-fast technology,” explains Marissa.

“Its miraculous ability to increase makeup color vibrancy and overall appearance for a lengthened period of time, without the need for daily touch-ups, is my absolute favorite aspect,” says Marissa, whose clients include Faith Hill and Olivia Munn.

Mary Kay® Makeup Finishing Spray
After using Mary Kay® Makeup Finishing Spray by Skindinävia in an independent consumer study, three out of four women stated: “This is the best product I have ever used to hold makeup in place.”

Suggested Retail Price: $18 for 2 fl. oz. pump


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