Air brush Make up
Airbrush makeup was only accessible to beauty gurus and professional makeup artists. Bulky machines, complicated technologies, and steep price tags meant that this type of makeup was not for everybody.
Fortunately, things have changed. Today, thousands of brides love to use airbrushes on their wedding day because it offers perfect coverage and a flawless finish. But With new at-home units, you also have the opportunity to apply your own airbrush makeup.
Airbrush makeup is unique ‘globular’ application technique. The makeup is also as an extremely fine mist through the airbrush gun. Millions of tiny little dots are match up on the skin and connected and layered together, create somewhat of a net over the entire face.
Contrary to traditional makeup, which is applied with an assortment of brushes, blenders, and sponges, airbrush makeup applied to your skin with one tool: an airbrush system. Airbrushing allows you to put on foundation, blush, and even eye shadow, with one device.
Airbrushing units vary slightly from brand to brand and much like spray tanning machines, basically they deliver a constant stream of air and product into a pen. During airbrush makeup application, because the airbrush machine will atomize micro-pigmented makeup onto your skin, just like when you get a spray tan. Most airbrush machines compressor and a stylus.
When applied on a daily basis, even layer, airbrush makeup doesn’t transfer and stays looking and feeling very natural on the skin but some brides say airbrush makeup doesn’t even feel like they’re wearing anything. Airbrush makeup is a good choice for brides who love a more natural bridal makeup look.