Understanding AEROBLEND's Color Line 💁🏻‍♀️💁🏼‍♀️💁‍♀️💁🏽‍♀️✨

What do all these letters and numbers mean?? Scroll down to find out!

Aeroblend color guide

Aeroblend is formulated to where little to no mixing is required.

#AeroTip: The best way to match your skin to a shade is to airbrush the color onto your skin as the colors look deceiving in the bottles. It is also very important that you shake the bottles really well before airbrushing.

Our airbrush foundations come in 2 undertones:

1. N for neutral (golden)

2. O for olive (true olive)

The smaller the number the lighter the color and the higher the number the darker the color.

Ie. N5 is the lightest of the neutrals and N50 is our darkest of the neutrals. Same for O10 being the lightest of our olives and O50 is the darkest of our olives.


To narrow down your colors for the perfect match:

  1. Start by assessing what undertone your skin has:

True Olive ---> choose Olive "O"

Beige/Golden ---> choose Neutral "N"

    2. Pick out the shades from the corresponding undertone and airbrush swatches (1 drop) along the jawline.

    3. The color that blends into the skin and is not too different from your neck is your perfect match!!


#AeroTip: Most people who gravitate towards yellow undertone foundations work well with our Olive shades!

#AeroTip: Most people who gravitate towards pink undertone foundations work well with our Neutral shades!


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