Post # 1
My sister had this done for a wedding she was just in and loved it, but I’ve never seen it in person. Has anyone had this done? What are the pros/cons? Did it look over the top or pretty? I’d love any firsthand feedback.
Post # 3
@esk716: I plan on having it for my wedding, I liked the final look I had at my trial. I really was suprised at the amount of coverage it gives, and I like that you can just keep adding layers until you have the amount of coverage you want. I didn’t find that it stayed on any better than regular foundation though…so I’m using a setting spray.
Post # 4
I had it done for my wedding and loved it! It made my skin look totally flawless and perfect, but not overdone either.
I also had it done for my SIL’s wedding and didnt like it as much. The coverage wasnt as perfect and I didnt think they did as good a job on everyone. So it really depends on the makeup artist. But if you have a chance to do a trial I highly recomend it!
Post # 5
@esk716: My Future Mother-In-Law had it done and loved it. She looked so great my Future Father-In-Law wanted to take her out to dinner when she got back from the appointment, haha! I’m planning on having it done but haven’t had my trial yet. 🙂
Post # 6
@esk716: I had this done when I was a bridesmaid in a wedding a few years back. I never, ever would have considered it myself, but the bride very generously paid for it– and let me tell you — it was AMAZING.
It looked beautiful and natural, it covered any flaw I had, and stood up to some some major July heat and humidity. I remember getting to the venue after standing outside for pictures, sweating profusely, and thinking that I would need to go in and touch up my makeup before we entered the reception. I was SHOCKED when I looked in the mirror and still liked what I saw. I looked as good as I did when I walked out the door before the ceremony. I touched up my lipstick and nothing else, and the makeup lasted the entire rest of the night. It also photographed really well, the bride’s pictures came out flawless.
Now my wedding is coming up in July and I absolutely refuse to go without airbrush.
Post # 7
I have an actually airbrush at home kit, I really like it, it looks more natural than liquid foundation, for me tho, i dont think its the greatest for coverage…id say get a trial done for sure!
Post # 8
I’ve had it done before, and I’ll absolutely be getting it done for the wedding. The lady that did it is very reasonable ($35 if you want the fake eyelashes). It looked so natural and it stayed on all day! I would definitely recommend it.
Post # 9
@esk716: i loved it and would definitely do it again. Its worth it to me. Especially if its done right. you don’t look cakey which is my favorite thing about it
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
I can’t recommend it enough. My skin has never looked so great as on my wedding day!
Post # 11
I’ve only heard good things!
Post # 12
I had it for my wedding and I LOVED IT. My skin has never lookd so good before. If I could afford it, I’d have it done every day!
Post # 13
Thanks ladies, this is great info. I don’t wear foundation in my normal life, so I definitely don’t want a cakey layer on my face for my wedding. This sounds like a good option and I like the fact that it lasts through sweat and tears!
I really appreciate the responses 🙂
Post # 14
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Did it for my e-photos and had a skin reaction to it (always a possibility with any new product on my skin). It looked nice, but I had better results when we ultimately found the traditional liquid foundation that was right for me.
Post # 15
@esk716: I’m having it done. I am having trouble finding pictures of airbrush vs no airbrush tho.
Post # 16
I thought I wanted it, but after I had a trial it was too heavy and obvious for me. I prefer the look of regular foundation on my skin, and this is coming from someone who never wears foundation.