Post # 1
So I had my hair and makeup trial today. I got airbrush makeup done. It made the peach fuzz on my face super visible, so if I end up going with airbush for day of, I’ll probably get my cheeks waxed.
So it’s hot and humid out today. So right after my trail I was sweating A LOT, and I touched my face a couple times (I wasn’t like rubbing my face or anything extreme). When I got home I noticed that it looked a little caked on. The Salon didn’t have the best lighting so maybe I just didn’t notice when it was done. On some parts of my face the the foundation took on this weird texture/pattern (maybe it was the areas I touched?).
Did this happen because I was sweating or touched my face? Has anyone else experienced this?
Now I’m wondering if I should just do traditional makeup instead.
Post # 3
I found when I got airbrushed make up that it stayed in place much better than normal make up, and didn’t look cakey at all. The bride and 5 bridesmaids got it done on a super hot day and everyone looked great all day.
Maybe the salon just didn’t do a great job?
Post # 4
Apparently whether or not airbrush turns out well is very much in the application – i’d heard airbrush doesn’t work for everyone, mentioned this to my MUA and she said it’s usually people who don’t know how to apply it properly that say that. I had airbrushing for my trial and it turned out great and lasted very well all day and night.
Post # 5
I wasn’t crazy about how my hair or makeup turned out, so I booked a trial with another company. I think I might give airbrushing another chance with someone else and see how it goes.
Post # 6
If you decide you want to go with airbrushing and want to get rid of the peach fuzz on your face Sally Hansen makes a great face hair removal cream that I use. Works great and its much cheaper than waxing. Just make sure you don’t leave it on any longer than it says because it can hurt!