- 6 years ago
- Wedding: August 2010
Although airbrushing has been used in television, tanning, and Hollywood photo-shoots for years, the mechanized spray is now a popular option in mainstream bridal beauty. So, what is airbrush? Makeup artists load a specially diluted pigment into a tiny spray gun that evenly distributes featherweight foundation particles over your skin, creating an even, flawless finish. But many Brides still have reservations about the high-tech effect, fearing a cakey, heavy finish. “The number one question brides ask me is ‘will it make me look older?
Why is bridal airbrush on the rise?
It’s no surprise that airbrush makeup has migrated to the wedding industry. A bride’s big day is one of the most important beauty moments in her life. Most Brides turn to professionals equipped with the latest tools and practices for their walk down the aisle. But why is airbrush better than traditional makeup? “Airbrushing lasts up to 18 hours, won’t melt in extreme heat, and has a flawless finish—no brush stroke lines!” Most importantly, airbrush is ideal for creating a natural-looking, budge-proof base. A small spray gun to apply foundation, contour, highlight, and even add blush. For eyes, however, he sticks with traditional powders and creams using makeup brushes.
Another reason many brides are reluctant to try airbrushing? The price tag! Luckily, nowadays airbrushing is a speciality most bridal makeup artists are trained in. “Airbrush is usually about $30 to $60 more than traditional makeup,”. So if you’re ready for the future in matrimonial makeup, find your perfect artist and experiment with the spray finish to see how your skin likes it!
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