(Closed) Airbrush makeup in Houston

posted 5 years ago in Houston
Post # 3
Bee
1835 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor

@flowingoan:  I didn’t book that vendor (I hired Hair by Liz – she was good, she was late but did a great job on everyone’s hair and make-up), but I’ve gotten airbrush makeup three times – for our engagement pictures, for my boudoir session, and for our wedding. I was super happy with the results – and I’ll tell you a secret: our engagement session was at 7 AM (so the sun would be rising in all of our photos), so there was no way I could get a make-up artist to do my makeup at 6 AM that day. Instead, I had a make-up artist apply airbrush the night before, and I slept on it. The makeup looked totally untouched when I woke up! And it looked really fresh in all of our engagement photos! I was amazed. I’ve thought about buying a home airbrush application kit at Sephora.

I’m really glad I did airbrush for the wedding, too, because I was breaking out a little from all of the stress of that week. We had an outdoor wedding in November so it was pretty warm (~75-80 degrees) and I thought my face would get all shiny from sweating during the reception, but it looks really matte – i.e. not shiny! – in all of our wedding photos. I think the airbrush is totally worth the extra cost.

Here’s a couple close-up photos to give you an idea of the make-up:

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Post # 4
Member
31 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@mswallaby – do you have any idea whether she used silicone-based or water-based airbrush makeup? Or what brand?

 

Post # 5
Member
1193 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@flowingoan:  I am using Airbrushed by Robin…I had my trial with her a few weeks ago and it was amazing..we went to the rodeo that night to test to see if it would stay and it looked great, even after 12 hours!

Post # 6
Bee
1835 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor

@GVivster:  Hmm I have no idea about either question! I want to say it was Makeup Forever (MUFE) brand but I’m not sure. Are you worried about silicon on your skin? I have pretty sensitive skin, and I didn’t break out or have any bad reaction to the airbrush makeup.

They sell airbrush makeup at Sephora, and they’ll even apply some on your face if you show an interest in buying it (obviously you don’t have to actually buy it, there’s no pressure – they’ll do a trial on you with any makeup you’re interested in). You could ask someone there to apply some on your face (or your wrist, if you’re very worried about sensitive skin) and see how you like it!

Post # 7
Member
31 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@mswallaby – Oh, no, I use a silicone primer most of the time. I’m more concerned about oiliness. Plenty of bees are reporting airbrush results that stayed natural and perfect all day and night… but some people said it caked up and got oily, and a few of those have specified that they used a silicone-based product as opposed to a water-based product. So I’m trying to figure out the ins and outs.

 

Thanks for the Sephora recommendation! I will definitely have to try them out!

Post # 8
Member
37 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2013

The Perfect Face is AMAZING! I was in a wedding and they seriously made the bride look like a super model. Her make-up looked flawless all night and even still perfect the next morning! I booked them for my wedding in February and cannot wait. They are definitely pricey but, in my opinion, totally worth it since you will be photographed more on that day than any other. 

Post # 9
Member
14 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Thanks for starting this thread!  I’ve been looking for a good Houston airbrush makeup artist as well and these suggestions are great.

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