Makeup Obsession Fit Fix Extra Hold Makeup Fixing Spray vs. Urban Decay All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray

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*Both Makeup Obsession and Urban Decay are cruelty-free* Makeup Maven, Kayla, says: Urban Decay is $33 for 4oz while Makeup Obsession is $8 for 3.38oz. Both products come in a similar spray bottle with a similar mist. They are very lightweight on the face. I am not a fan of Urban Decay's smell, it reminds of bad cough medicine. Makeup Obsession smells like pistachios or cherries. It's a very light smell. Both products smell dissipates quite quickly. Alcohol Denat is the 2nd ingredient in both products. This may be an irritant for someone with sensitive skin. Both have Aloe Leaf Juice which helps with dry skin that the Alcohol may give you. I am combo dry with an oily t zone by the end of the day and with both setting sprays my oil was very little when I got home from a 12 hour work day. Both products kept my makeup looking nice & fresh. If you're a fan of Urban Decay definitely give Makeup Obsession's setting spray a try. I will be switching over. (Tip: After your primer, foundation & concealer spray your face with setting spray and then proceed with your powder products - at the end spray with setting spray again and it will really lock down your makeup!)

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I love using the urban decay setting spray and worried there was nothing like it. I am so excited to make this switch!

Beverly Oddi


Awesome! I wonder how the new Tarte Stay Spray compares to both of these products. I believe Stay Spary has a similar ingredient list to Urban Decay.



I’ve used the Urban Decay All Nighter, I’m excited to try this dupe!!!!

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