Post # 1
I have plenty of time to find someone else- but I won’t be able to find someone else who does airbrush, as the only other person who does airbrush in the area (within an hour) is booked.
Is it worth me looking a farther distance for airbrush? Or should I suck it up and get traditional makeup? Outdoor ceremony in July. This July was nice and by 4pm I was ready to have a long sleeve on while at the beach – it was so nice and breezy – but who knows what next year is going to be like.
I have combination skin and I want my makeup to last all night. What should I do?
Post # 3
For me, it’d probably depend on what the price difference would be. I had airbrush makeup for my July wedding and I was really happy with it, although I’m sure my MUA would have done a great job with traditional makeup, too. It’s worth looking into, but not worth stressing over too much! You will have a bit of time here and there in your day for touch ups if you need them. 🙂
Post # 4
I had regular make up on a hot day. It was fine.
I read somewhere after a girl got make up she went to the gym and did cardio for an hour and it held up great. Try something like this.
Post # 5
Thanks – I’m just pissed that they canceled – I could have gone with the first girl (as she was available on my date) but I decided to give this company a chance as they were just branching out into the Outer Banks but they had RAVE reviews in the DC area – and then poof! They decided to let go of their obx people and cancel on me. So annoying. I’ll figure something out.