Post # 1
I just had my hair and makeup trial and opted for airbursh makeup since I have a few freckles I wanted to cover. She also covered my neck and chest with the makeup so that everything would match. Well I had a white tank top on and noticed that some of the makeup rubbed off onto the edge of my tank top. I’m hoping that it was just because the makeup wasn’t completely dry yet but now I’m really nervous that the if I do airbrush my chest it may rub off on my wedding dress. Did this happen to anyone and did your airbursh makeup on your chest/back rub off on your dress? If it did, was it hard to get off?
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
@Beachy0404: Mine didn’t rub off that I was aware of, were you wearing the white tank top while she was putting on your makeup? It could just be overspray.
Post # 4
@Beachy0404: A good setting spray should prevent that from happening. Any makeup can do that. A lot of people like Urban Decay (which I found ok), but I love the Ben Nye brand!
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
If she matches your skintone correctly, she shouldn’t need to airbrush your chest. Maybe your neck a tiny bit, but definitely not your entire chest. That has a lot of potential to rub off on your dress.
Post # 6
Absolutely! I would ask that she stays an inch up from where your dress line will be. She can blend that portion in. Also, you will want to be careful of hugging guests so its not wiping off on them. But you could alwys use a settting powder (or cornstarch) on your body as well to absorb moisture. Moisture is what helps with the rubbing off issue!