22 Best Toners and Astringents
Toners get a bad rap. But if you've got dry or oily skin, using one can transform your complexion. Here's how to find the right toner for your skin type
No. 4: MAC Fix+, $19Best for: Dry or sensitive skin
TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 9.4*
Why: "The MAC Fix+ is a must-have for any makeup artist," as it "really is a multipurpose product." Readers say it's "great for setting makeup. After you apply your makeup, spritz this on holding the bottle about 6 to 8 inches away from the face going in a circular motion to get an even application. This will set the makeup and help make it last all day." Others with dry skin say, "most powders look really cakey on me. After a few spritzes of this, not only does my makeup last longer, but it also tones down the dryness and gives me a more polished look." The conclusion: "It's amazing at making dry skin look luminous and fresh."
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