Airbrush makeup is very easy to use. Many think this is the domain of make-up artists and it's complicated to use. No, there are kits out there that are suitable for everyone. While it may seem a little expensive buying complete makeup tools but it will pay off soon.
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All you have to do is find the right shade for your skin, put about 10 drops in an airbrush cup, hold the gun about 4 inches from your face, and spray. Even if you close your eyes, you can still feel where the base is going, making it almost impossible to make a mistake.
10 drops all over your face and give a nice mixture on the neck area. If you want light coverage, use fewer drops. In comparison, airbrush primers last longer than regular primers. This is because the pigments are concentrated and you use less of it in the application.
Mixing is a word you would never use with airbrush makeup because the gun spray is great and you keep the gun moving. You don't get a makeup line. Primers mix perfectly every time.
The coverage is fantastic, hiding everything. First, use a water-based primer to prepare the airbrush. Let the primer dry and you can apply concealer if necessary. Some makeup artists say that you use a concealer after you apply foundation, but you can't do that with airbrush makeup because the concealer will show through your perfect airbrush layer.