|A fixer that sticks onto makeup like a magnet to hold makeup in place|
and gives a healthy glow to the skin.
Long lasting makeup holding power.
Fixing Polymer forms a thin, even radiant film
as soon as it touches the skin to hold makeup in place.
The radiant film formed with Fixing Polymer sticks onto makeup like
a magnet to prevent makeup from getting washed away by physical force
and avoid external irritants such as fine dust from clinging to the skin.
Fine particle spray for moisturizing the skin.
Particles as fine and minute as mist are sprayed onto the skin to provide the
skin with moisture while holding makeup in place.
Cotton extracts moisturize the skin to prevent it from drying while,
at the same time, strengthening the natural skin barrier. In addition,
it contains a natural moisturizing ingredient extracted from sugar beet together
with coconut oil to keep the skin moist.
Fine particles do not evaporate but stick onto the skin in a thin even layer for
skin that stays moisturized all day long.
Multi item to use before and after makeup.
It adds a healthy glow to the skin when used in the skincare step and evens out
skin tone to allow the makeup product used in the next step to fit better onto the
skin when layered up in the makeup step for a greater makeup look.
Moreover, it fixes makeup, helping it stay in place without getting washed away
by sweat and excess sebum when applied after putting on makeup.
|[How to use]|
|Shake 1 2 times to allow moisturizing ingredients to mix well and spray in|
a circle at 20cm away from the skin whenever you want to fix makeup
or provide the skin with moisture. Then leave it or fan it to help the skin absorb.
|- Condition : NEW|
|- Contents : 110ml|
|# Please Bear in Mind That Photo May Slightly Different From Actual Item in Terms of Color |
Due to the Lighting During Photo Shooting or the Monitor's Display
|# MFD or EXP?|
Date on the product can be EITHER the manufactured date OR the expiration date.
If you see the Korean word "제조," then it is the manufactured date.
If you see the Korean word "까지," then it is the expiration date.