The Too Faced Hangover Spray

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Too Faced cosmetics is a known name in the makeup game and they are expanding the line for the holiday season. The company is cruelty-free and even has some vegan products to offer customers. I personally am a fan of the brand and I love their liquid lipsticks and BB cream.

I have seen many raving reviews on the hangover primer and I even have it on my list to buy when I run out of my current makeup primer. It seems to be a great buy for any type of skin.

Cure your next beauty hangover with Hangover, a revolutionary makeup primer that’s infused with coconut water, a probiotic-based ingredient, and skin revivers which work together to boost skin’s radiance, promote elasticity, and help hydrate while locking down makeup for fresher, longer, and more flawless wear. Too Faced harnessed the science of hydration to create a creamy, penetrating primer that acts like an energy drink for the skin by replenishing moisture levels. It can be worn alone for a dewy, healthy looking finish, or under bronzers, foundations, and powders to create the perfect canvas.

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The newest product to this line will be the Hangover three-in-one Replenishing Primer and Setting Spray, and it will go hand in hand with the primer. The release date and price is still unknown but it is already garnering a lot of hype from excited makeup lovers.

The spray is targeted to actually help with hangovers, but in the sense of skin as seen in the description of the primer above. The product is being strategically released during the holiday season because it is the time where women are going to celebrate the holidays and will be adorning a lot of makeup and drinking at parties. The cold weather will also aid in the drying out of skin. The product contains ingredients such as coconut water and a probiotic. These two ingredients will add moisture and refurbish skin.

In an interview with refinery29.com,  Dr. Joshua Zeichner, a dermatologist and director of cosmetic and clinical research at Mount Sinai Hospital says that skin can get hung over.

“Combining cold, dry winter weather with lack of sleep and heavy drinking can lead to an impaired skin barrier, with dryness, scaling, and inflammation — and the skin may look dull, scaly, and itch. While the skin normally is able to repair itself, lack of sleep along with alcohol leads to dehydration.”

It will be used to prime, set makeup or to just replenish skin with a satisfying mist.

Will you be interesting in purchasing this new product? Let me know your thoughts below.