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PREFERRED THE STORE BRAND ALERT! Reviewer, Katie, says: Both of these spray foundations first apply like a dream. They both make your skin look airbrush finished and perfect. Both may need a touch up with a brush or blender. However, the similarities stop there. The Dior lasts perfectly for about 20 minutes before it starts to fall apart. It breaks up very fast on oily skin. If you have normal to dry skin it may last longer. The Sephora brand was able to last a couple hours with a beautiful finish before oil starts to break it apart. Both of these may last longer with a proper setting powder/spray and with normal to dry skin.
I love this Sephora foundation. Great to have a spray foundation for people like me who don’t like to blend
Dior air flash is a beautiful finish, it has a medium to full coverage and a semi dewy finish. It has a 5-10 hr wear depending on how dry or oily you are. If oily it doesn’t stay to long. I would say if you like more of a dewy finish, Dior is for you, I personally prefer the Sephora brand, it works well on all skin types including dry, (skin must be prep with moisturizer). The Sephora spray has a semi matte finish, making this foundation long wearing, if set correctly, it can last all day without touch ups.
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