What is the difference between airbrush and traditional make-up applications?

Posted by admin on January 2, 2014

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Airbrush make-up is by far the superior technique.  Traditional foundations if not applied correctly by a professional make-up artist can look obvious, caked-on or thick with a heavy feeling on the skin.  Airbrush make-up is exceptionally lightweight and can feel as if you are not wearing make-up at all.

Unlike traditional make-up applications, with airbrushing you have the ability to custom mix foundation colours for each individual, creating the most natural look that is unsurpassed. By airbrushing on foundation, you use 1/3 the amount of foundation you would typically use with traditional make-up.

Spraying micro-dots of airbrushing foundation on the surface of the face and décolletage looks more natural than traditional make-up because it isn’t rubbed into the skin and doesn’t exaggerate the pores.  This process allows the airbrushing foundation to better cover up blemishes, acne, freckles and pigmentation, while still enabling your skin to breath.