I am 26 and have very dry and very sensitive combination skin. I have a lot of wrinkles right around my eyes, plus prominent smile lines and a deep indent where I furrow my brow. I like the urban decay setting spray for the staying power, but it makes my skin so dry. The dryness is annoying because it just highlights all the crevices of my face. I don't want to have to settle for a weird-looking face if I want my makeup to last. This setting spray really does leave more of a dewy look, and doesn't cause any shrinkage or creasing or an overly powdery look. The scent is pleasant but is not overpowering, it doesn't linger on the face all day. If you don't love tropical scents or aren't a huge fan of coconut, it isn't super strong like that. It's more like a subtle sweetness, which I think most people would like. I can't stand when I like the scent of something at first, but then it's all up in my nose all day. The fragrance in this spray is subtle, and the mister is very fine. Definitely do a test spritz away from the face first to clear out any clogging or whatnot, but it will give you a nice and even coat. It takes a minute to dry down, so I'd suggest applying mascara AFTER applying the dewy set so it doesn't transfer. The packaging is glittery, but there is NO shimmer or glitter in the actual product. The finish is glowy/dewy just like the brand promises, but isn't overly oily. In fact, my nose is the only spot on my face that gets a lil greasy, and this seems to balance that out better than any other setting spray I've tried. My eyes were watering like crazy the other day and my makeup didn't budge, so it definitely gives the hold one would expect from a prestige brand/at this price point. The only setting spray I've liked as much as this one is the slay all day by Gerard cosmetics in the lavender scent. All in all, this is a well-formulated setting spray that does exactly what it says it does. This isn't a product that will live in my vanity and get used a couple of times. This is a new ride-or-die staple product for me now.