Milk Makeup's New Face Mist Joins Its Beloved Primer In The Hydro Grip Family
A certain hemp-infused primer unsurprisingly of the Milk Makeup variety captivated the current wave of glass skin aspirants at the very moment dewdrop complexions became beauty's biggest thing. Now, a post-application counterpart is arriving on the scene, and Milk Makeup's new Hydro Grip Set + Refresh Spray is destined to reach the lofty status of its fan-favorite older sibling.
The aloe- and hyaluronic acid-spiked pick-me-up is the second product to join the Hydro Grip family, following the brand's now-beloved primer, a widely praised parched skin savior. Whereas other primers aim to mattify or "blur" the look of skin, often smoothing over pores with silicones and unwelcome oils, Milk Makeup's cleaned-up iteration leaves a super-hydrated, glass-like finish, and does it without the use of silicones, oils, parabens, talc, and other nasties.
Its successor follows suit. The new Hydro Grip Set + Refresh Spray shares much of its makeup with the primer, including soothing aloe, hydrating hyaluronic acid, the brand's proprietary hemp-derived cannabis seed extract, and (Hydro Grip's standout ingredient) blue agave extract, which "grips" makeup onto your face for up to 12 hours.
And because it also eschews alcohol — you know, the component usually responsible for making setting sprays actually work — it can revitalize without the common problem of drying out skin.
Another unique feature of Milk Makeup's new multipurpose spray is its dual-phase, shake-to-activate composition. You'll notice its contents separating into layers of blue agave and green cannabis seed oil as it sits on your vanity or — as recommended by its maker — in the fridge. The makeup-sealing mixture beckons to be shaken like a martini before being spritzed onto your face.
The glow-inducing Set + Refresh Spray, now available at Sephora and on MilkMakeup.com, can be used to lock in a look or to refresh it halfway through the day. As a bonus, it can also be used pre-makeup application to prep skin. Find out for yourself whether it lives up to the esteemed Hydro Grip reputation, ahead.
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