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Airbrush makeup is in very high demand amongst top models and brides, simply because it is longer lasting and does not wear ...
off like normal makeup. It is even good for covering up scars and tattoos on your wedding day or for a big photo shoot.
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How to Do Airbrush Make-Up
On behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Miriam Behar. I’m a licensed aesthetician, makeup artist and certified lash stylist in South Florida. Let’s talk about air brush makeup. What is airbrush makeup? Airbrush makeup is a method of applying makeup through the use of an air brush machine, a compressor and an airbrush gun. Much like you would see someone paint either details on a car or on a small model.
You can also use it to apply makeup to the face and body. You can use it for contouring. You can use it for covering up tattoos. It's a very wonderful way to have your makeup applied by a professional. It's extremely hard to do to yourself because you have to watch where the stream of makeup is being applied and it's hard to do that with your eyes closed because obviously, you don’t want to get any in your eyes. So, this is a very popular service to have done for weddings, for especial occasions, anytime you're going to be photographed professionally because it is extremely camera friendly. And it's very durable. It's durable indoors and outdoors, wherever you're going to be. It's also waterproof. It's very long wearing.
It does not clog your pores. It's oil free. And it can also be custom blended to match your skintone so that there are no lines of demarcation on your jaw where you look orange here and pink here. Like with traditional makeup. it feels very light on the skin. A lot of people comment that it feels like they're not wearing makeup and you can vary the coverage from light to as heavy as you want. It’s still going to look extremely natural on your skin and be very long wearing.
This is a very, very popular service especially for outdoor weddings in areas that are humid that have a warm climate. It resists sweating, resists long term wear and it photographs great. On behalf of TVLesson.com this is Miriam Behar. Thanks for watching.