mist op­por­tu­nity

Meet the multi-task­ing face sprays set to bump a step from your beauty rou­tine

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These next-gen face sprays do a lot more than just of­fer a hy­dra­tion hit.

Like Bey­oncé told us, we run the world. And with all that girl­boss­ing to be done, mod­ern women like us don’t have the time for a beau­ti­fy­ing to-do list as long as sea­son one of The Crown. For­tu­nately, your beauty cab­i­net is keep­ing up with your ever-in­creas­ing de­mands. Reg­u­lar old fa­cial mists have had a hyped-up makeover, with the lat­est crop of sprays do­ing it all and then some.

“When I had a baby, my skin changed and so did my time-man­age­ment skills,” says Re­nee Moore, founder of Cinch – the brand that cre­ated a spray-on moisturiser that also leaves be­hind a glowy ef­fect. “It of­fers as much hy­dra­tion as many cream mois­turis­ers, but feels light, and is de­signed to take the place of your anti-age­ing serum, pore min­imiser, il­lu­mi­na­tor and primer.” The space ben­e­fits of con­dens­ing five prod­ucts into one aside, this clever for­mula is also a whiz at fresh­en­ing up a tired face around about the time you’re look­ing for that af­ter­noon cof­fee.

If you want your spray to do even heav­ier lift­ing, Syn­ergie Skin’s new En­vi­roshield fends off dam­age caused by pol­lu­tion and in­fra-red light (which can be just as harm­ful to the skin as UV rays). “More than half of the world’s pop­u­la­tion live in ur­ban cities, so it’s es­sen­tial that you’re pro­tect­ing your­self from the neg­a­tive im­pact of smog, hy­dro­car­bon emis­sions, heavy met­als and age­ing free rad­i­cals,” says Terri Vin­son, cos­metic chemist and the founder of Syn­ergie Skin. The ros­es­cented mist also adds a hit of hy­dra­tion and dewi­ness to min­eral pow­der makeup. Beauty bag, pre­pare to be down­sized.



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