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*Both of these brands are certified cruelty-free. Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Kayla, says: Huda is $32 for 100ml & Makeup Obsession is $7.99 for 100ml. I am combo dry - with my t zone getting a little oily by the end of the day. Both setting sprays leave a matte finish. Both have a nice sprayer with a semi-fine mist. You don't get huge droplets on your face like with some setting sprays. Huda’s smell is extreme. I wasn't a fan of it at all. It’s a very strong floral scent. This actually feels like your spraying your face with hair spray. It does what it says, it does make your makeup last ALL day with very little oiliness creeping through by the end of it. This setting spray was made with drag queens in mind so this is an intense setting spray that isn't necessary for everyday use. Huda has some very troubling ingredients. The FIRST ingredient is Alcohol Denat & the 4th ingredient is Isopropyl Alcohol. Both are extremely bad for your skin especially if you're already dry & sensitive. About 11 fragrant ingredients in Huda, 8 of which are considered 'Allergen' ingredients. Makeup Obsession also has Alcohol Denat listed as it’s second ingredient but it also has several ingredients that are good for dry skin & counteract sensitive reactions (Aloe Leaf Juice). There is a very slight smell it reminded me of Pistachios. It dissipates quite quickly after it’s sprayed & it’s very light. Both products made my face feel slightly tight during application but once it dried down that feeling went away & I was very matte. My makeup went nowhere after spraying Makeup Obsession. I was incredibly impressed with the hold it had. Both of these setting sprays have very similar wear time. However, Makeup Obsession has less troubling ingredients, a far less abrasive smell & it’s much cheaper. If you liked Huda setting spray but didn’t like those things about it definitely give Makeup Obsession a try because it is great!
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