Face, Makeup, Primer, Skin Care Best Setting Spray in the Philippines? May 9, 2018 An opportunity knocked on my door when a neighbor gave me the best setting spray (according to him) in the Philippines. I’m not a fan of making my face too matte because I already have dry skin. As a Beauty Blogger, I need to sail through uncharted waters. My skin is dominantly dry (Know your Skin Type) with the exception on my t-zone. I think that I’m still qualified to do a setting spray review because I’m not holistically a dried-up prune. Today, you’re going to be acquainted with a 700 PHP setting spray called Magiteque Liquipowder. Is it really the Best Setting Spray in the Philippines? To my surprise, my neighbor reads my blog. He told me that Beverly Salviejo, the famous comedienne, distributes the products. Beverly has a Facebook fan page called BeverlyGlow with over 26,000 likes. Her fan page showcases short clips of how effective the best setting spray in the Philippines is. My neighbor told me that Beverly’s celebrity friends also swear by the Magiteque creation. My Experience I grew up as a Final Fantasy fan and will die as one. The name “Magiteque” alone automatically evokes my heart to scream SOLD. If you don’t know what Magiteks are, you can’t sit with us. The packaging didn’t impress me at all. It’s as flexible as a contortionist due to the weak and thin plastic bottle. I also didn’t like the colors used and the misaligned sticker label was hurriedly slapped on to the bottle. (See Photo Below) For a 700 PHP ($14) product, it should at least have decent packaging. Moving on to the less trivial part. There’s no complete ingredients list on the packaging but I’ve found some information online. Ingredients Chelated Magnesium – Combats sebum production and helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Organic Sulfur – A moisturizing agent that helps in declogging pores. 72 Trace Minerals – Rich in age-defying ingredients. Ionic Calcium – The star ingredient that mattifies the skin. Mattifying Effects Now here’s the part that you really came for. Is Magiteque Liquipowder really the best setting spray in the Philippines? The reason why I’m labeling it as the best setting spray in the Philippines is because it’s what my neighbor claims it to be. I’m not cultured with mattifying products or setting sprays because I have dry skin. From my experience with my t-zone, oil was seriously nowhere to be found for 8 long hours! I tried the Liquipowder on the dry parts of my face as well and it made them itchy and desiccated. Verdict The Magiteque Liquipowder Mineral Glow Mattifier Makeup Setter is VERY POWERFUL. If you have oily skin, you will really benefit from it. Avoid it at all costs if you have dry or dominantly dry skin. Apart from the drought I experienced, it also left crusty deposits on my face that are reminiscent to confectioner’s sugar after hours of use. Best setting spray in the Philippines? I don’t think so. One of the best, YES. Packaging: 2/5 Scent (Neutral): 5/5 Efficacy: 4/5 Price: 2/5 (Only contains 60ml with bad packaging. It needs a makeover) Availability: 3/5 (Available on BeverlyGlow Fanpage or Lazada) Available in Lazada BUY HERE Hard Candy primer review Maybelline Superstay review Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation review xx Related amandadelacruz An Aquarius full time Spinster and Poodle mom. Previous Luxury Hair Care: Saffron Secret Review Newer Marks and Spencer Hand and Body Lotion Lemon Verbena Review You May Also Like Tips for Acne 2018 by Diana Wills June 29, 2018 Fake Perfume VS Real: Coco Mademoiselle Chanel June 22, 2018 How to use Nivea Creme February 21, 2018 2 Comments Alyssa May 17, 2018 at 3:45 pm Reply I have really oily skin, this might setting spray may suit my skin 🙂 xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY amandadelacruz May 21, 2018 at 9:29 am Reply It’s amazing. I gave it to my cousin and it has been a lifesaver for her. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.