Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if airbrush or liquid is best for me?
Airbrush works best on someone with pretty good skin. It is very light and mimics what skin looks like on camera. Be aware that airbrush doesn’t allow for much flexibility, if it does become wet thru crying or sweating, you run the risk of it streaking. There are many advantages to it, it is non transferable and you can achieve a light or full coverage look with minimal product. Will stay on until you take it off and works great if you have any skin discoloration.
Liquid foundation is great, its the most natural looking and there is a lot of flexibility. You can blend well and is easier to touch up. If there is any crying or sweating touch up is a breeze. Down fall is that it can transfer and may fade after a few hours like all makeup.
What is the difference between airbrush and liquid foundation?
Airbrush makeup is a much finer product, thinner than a traditional foundation. It comes out as a spray, it closely mimics the way cameras see your face. Where Traditional foundation is more opaque, and has a richer coverage. Has a more natural skin look allows for more blend-ability and building of coverage.