Thermal water. Two ways to use it you probably didn't know about.

The first way to use it is for setting your makeup. Yes, there are lots of setting spreys and if you are looking for something that will keep your make up in place during the whole day you should probably reach for a real setting spray. But if you are sucker for the very natural look - thermal water comes in handy. All you have to do is to spray a light coat of it all over you face and neck after you're done with you make up but before applying mascara (if you're using not water resistant one). It's one of the most important steps for creating "no-makeup" makeup.

The second way is to use it for fixing your hair on the go. When you spend a lot of time outside, wind can not only make your hair messy but also dehydrate it. Sometimes you wake up with your hair messed up but you don't have to wash and dry your hair over and over to fix this things.Thermal water would be a quick solution for this problems. Just brush through your hair and spray thermal water all over your hair and then brush it through with your fingers. Fix unevenness while hair is still wet and you're good to go. This tip won't probably work on people with curly hair or those hair that tend to get curly while wet, but it still worth trying yout.

Currently I'm using Caudalie Grape Water and La Roche Posay Thermal Spring Water.  First one is a little bit odoured second one is not, but it's suitable for sensitive skin. There's a bunch of other brands and tipes of it out there on the market so you can choose one suitable for you. I's just lovely to have on hand something to refresh yourself on the go. So if you're not yet a fan of thermal water - try it out and you'll be.

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