Airbrush make-up

People having wedding photographs and professional portraits taken may like the help of a professional beauty therapist, as it can be difficult to create a look that is natural yet 'heavy' enough to counteract the photographer's flash. Some beauty therapists also have advanced training in airbrush makeup.

Airbrush make-up is a lightweight fine mist of makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush, which is a small spray gun. The airbrush produces a thin, even layer of make-up that dries to a matte finish, and it uses a lot less make-up to achieve any level of coverage a client desires.

Unlike traditional make-up application, airbrushing is non-transferable; it will only be removed upon contact with water so, there’s no more worrying about smudging on clothing!

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