Post # 1
I’m thinking about purchasing my own airbrush makeup kit for my wedding. I’ve been pricing makeup application services in the area around my venue and makeup alone is going to cost upwards of $150. I have a lot of great makeup and brushes but I’m thinking of getting a DinAir airbrush kit to give my wedding day makeup that pro look. Did any Bees go this route for their own makeup? Did it work out?
Post # 3
I’m dissappointed no one commented on this! I am considering the same thing too. The instructional videos make it look so easy don’t they?
Post # 4
Hiya i dont know the makeup you are thinking of but as a makeup artist i would say be careful.
It may look easy and yes for a makeup artist on someone else it is. but please bare in mind that even i sometimes struggle to do it on myself.(and im not normaly cack handed) so you would need plenty of time to practice. also if you havent had airbrush makeup before then i suggest u try it befor ehand as its kinda an aquired taste. very different to normal foundation. its more drying and heavier coverage needs to be applied in thin even coats and built up to avoid patches. the colours are much more dificult to match i use 3 foundations and mix them, its easy to go too pale. also its silicone based (also mac face and body does go through them and its water based) so you have to keep in mind what other products you are using and if they are compatible i.e using a silicone cramy based concealer?
also the thing that takes the longest is taking it apart and cleaning it.! lol. you can back bubble and clean it but to clean properly means taking the whole airbrush apart.
take time practice put a scarf over your hair the first few times you practice. in the beginning its easy to get it in all that baby hair.lol
Hope This Helps.x