Post # 1
I heard airbrush is fantastic and longlasting, but my complexion is so oily, I constantly have to blot my face with those oil absorbing sheets, it’s bad. So I was wondering if anyone out there has heard if this combo works?
Post # 3
I have oily skin too, plus some minor scarring, so I *really* want airbrushing so I can look flawless. I heard this is great, and really helps to make the makeup last. Sephora has a airbrush you can purchase from Temptu which a lot of professionals use that I am considering getting, but it costs as much as getting a makeup artist. I’ve heard using primer will help with regular makeup, and using mineral foundation will to. I love my mineral foundation!
Post # 4
I have oily skin and I’m getting airbrushed….I have my first makeup trial on the 16th and I can’t wait.
Post # 5
It depends on the product your MUA uses. Let him/her know you are oily and they will use the right products to keep you shine-free.
Post # 6
Make sure that your makeup artist uses silicon based products on you. Silicon based products are long lasting and help combat shine. Insist on a skin primer and have your artist use a setting spray after applying your makeup. Airbrush makeup is a great choice, again just be sure your artist is using a silicon based airbrush foundation.
Post # 7
@FancyFaces thank you! I’ll make sure to ask her for that.