The Benefits of Airbrush Makeup
Monday, February 16, 2015 — 0 Comments
Airbrush makeup is a kind of makeup artistry that uses compressed air in spraying a fine mist of makeup to the skin instead of sponges or brushes. Foundation, blush, lipstick, and other makeup essentials can already be applied using airbrush.
This technique in applying makeup is more commonly used in film, photography, and wedding. It has become popular with the rise of high-definition (HD) films and shows that make pores and fine lines visible. Now, it is already used in makeup for special occasions, like proms and other events.
So, what are the advantages of airbrush makeup that make it a hit in the makeup industry?
1. Flawless coverage. Airbrush can give you a flawless coverage as it minimizes pores and covers skin imperfections, like pimples and dark spots. This gives the skin a beautiful finish. The skin appears to be glowing and natural because the airbrush makeup rests on your face and is not rubbed. The makeup also registers well both in person and on camera.
2. Long-lasting. Using this technique, the makeup can last longer than the traditional powder foundation. Airbrush makeup can stay on the skin for 10 hours or even more. It’s also waterproof and doesn’t transfer on your clothes.
3. Hypoallergenic. This kind of makeup is suitable for everyone because it is fragrance-free and hypoallergenic. It can be used for people of all skin types and ages. Those with sensitive skin and with mature skin can use airbrush makeup.
4. Sanitary. Since the makeup artist doesn’t have to touch your skin, airbrush makeup is deemed more sanitary than traditional makeup.
5. Lightweight. Airbrush makeup is light to the skin, unlike the traditional makeup. You can feel like you’re not wearing makeup at all.
6. Fast application. With experienced makeup artists, airbrush makeup is fast. There’s no blending needed so there’s less time spent on putting makeup on your face.
7. Matches skin color. The makeup can be custom-blended to match your natural skin color. Makeup artists can mix the foundation to suit your skin tone.