Bright Idea: Spray Foundation

03/19/2007 at 03:30 PM ET

I hate the feeling of caked-on foundation so when I heard about Dior’s AirFlash, I had to try it. It was a little scary applying foundation like hairspray to my face, but it was suprisingly airy and fresh! It didn’t get on my clothes or hair and was easy to blend with a brush. The mother of pearl pigments felt light and soft on my face, and after about eight hours of dinner and dancing, it still felt like I had just applied–no running down my face, cracking or clumping. It’s no wonder Emmy Rossum refuses to wear anything but AirFlash. It can be bought at for $60 a bottle. Would you try this spray foundation? I promise, once you do you’ll be hooked!- Andrea DeSimone

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rachel on

Awesome idea!
love to buy it!

May on

I dont wear foundation, but the idea sounds great.

jennifer in tulsa on

Wouldn’t you run the risk of getting the stuff in your hair? I don’t think I’ll be trying it.

KT from Cda on

Nice idea but too much mulla!

Faye on

Too expensive.

Tiffany on

I found it on eBay for $25! That is the Buy It Now price with just $4.99 for shipping. Not bad! I am going to try it out because I am sick of applying foundation with my hands. Yuck!

Mary on

It’s an interesting idea, even though I don’t wear foundation. However, if it’s anything like the Sally Hansen spray-on leg makeup (which doesn’t work too well), it wouldn’t be worth the $60.

KM on

They use spray-on foundation on TLC’s What Not To Wear all the time and their contestants look great. My only problem is the price. If there’s a cheaper version I’ll be sure to buy.

Dawn on

I can’t pay 60 bucks for foundation. I have to set limits and that is one of them. And with summer coming i won’t need foundation.

Lis on

it sounds good but i’m still skeptical, how can you apply this without getting it on your hair or clothes? Might try it if theres a cheaper version.

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