NEW! BAIRLY SHEER SPRAYS NOW AT ULTA!
There’s a new brand called Bairly Sheer that’s now exclusively at Ulta and it’s a range of spray-on, airbrush products that are at a great price point of $12.99 each. It’s not just foundations either…they have a spray on blush, body blemish cover, pearl radiance for the body, plus a makeup sealant and a foundation primer. Let’s take a look…
I’ve included a short 30-second video on each product that shows how to use it (you can watch it right in this post, it won’t take you off my blog).
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Foundation ($12.99) is a buildable, blendable light-to-medium formula with creamy minerals that minimize imperfections, lines and texture without drying out the skin. It claims to last 18 hours too!
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Blush ($12.99)- A spray-on blush is something totally new to me, especially since in the how-to video, it shows the model spraying it directly on her cheeks. I assumed you would have to spray it on a sponge or into your hand first…interesting. It comes in three shades and is a water-based formula ideal for sensitive skin.
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Body Blemish Cover-Up ($12.99)- This comes in 10 shades and is lightweight and buildable. It claims to be sweat and water proof and cover hyperpigmentation, tattoos, bruises, varicose veins and more.
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Mist Body Shimmer ($12.99)- This shimmer comes in 4 shadesand claims to leave a subtle, natural glow to the skin. I wonder how shimmery it is…if it’s more of a natural glow like they say, I’d be interested in this one…otherwise not so much.
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Waterproof Makeup Sealant ($12.99)- This makeup sealing spray is supposed to keep makeup in place for 18-24 hours and makes it sweat-proof, water-proof, and tear-proof.
Bairly Sheer Spray-On Primer ($12.99)- This primer hydrates to prevent dryness and soften fine lines and texture for a smooth, flawless canvas. The water-based spray contains olive and Vitamin E extracts for an antioxidant boost.
What do you guys think? Do these interest you and if so, which ones? I kind of want to try them all!