Post # 1
I was thinking about looking into having my make-up airbrushed for the day. Just wondering if the cost is really worth it and how long it actually lasts. Would it hold up in hot conditions and not run down your face? Any and all feedback is appreciated. Pictures also if you ahve them! Any referrals in the Inland Empire would also be appreciated! Thanks in advance! 🙂
Post # 4
I don’t have any pictures but I just had my makeup trial last weekend and it was airbrushed. I LOVED it! It feels so light on your face and definitely lasts for 12+ hours. I have heard that you need to go to someone experienced in airbrush because the results can vary widely. In my opinion, it’s worth the extra money (even though it was only $50 for mine so that wasn’t much more expensive than traditional makeup).
Post # 5
I’ve never had airbrushed makeup but I know there are quite a few members who have done the traditional makeover and an airbrush makeover and when they’ve posted both results on here, the regular makeup has usually won more votes. The airbrushed makeup didn’t photograph as well as the regular makeup.
Post # 6
it’s definitely worth it! with my makeup artist, airbrush is only $10 more than traditional, so the difference is negligable.
Post # 7
ive only had airbrush makeup once, but i really didnt like how it looked on me – ive heard that it was likely an inexperienced makeup artist, because it kind of sat on top of my skin, almost “mask-like” – but, it DID last all day and didn’t run or anything
i would suggest going for a trial and seeing how it looks on your skin
Post # 8
I did! heres a pic from my trial.
Post # 9
thats my before pic, heres mt after
Post # 10
My sister in law is a make-up artist and did airbrushing for my wedding day makeup. It was completely gorgeous! It feels amazing going on and it’s super light weight. I think it photographed really well and everyone said I looked amazing. Plus, it covered up this huge zit that I appeared the day before. It may depend on the type of skin you have too. I have combination skin where it’s dry, but ends up looking oily. The airbrushing made it perfection. It didn’t last *all* night, but I was a dancing fool and I got super hot and sweaty in my dress. I went all out, lol. It didn’t “run” though.
Here’s an unproccessed picture of the finished look. You can see where the zit is, but none of the redness. You can only see it in this really close up picture. Pardon my weird expression.
And this is a picture from the end of the night (again, pardon weird expression. This is also unprocessed):
Post # 12
I got airbrush for my engagement photos and I loooove it.