Airbrush /ˈerˌbrəSH/ defined by Oxford Languages Dictionary:
noun: an artist's device for spraying paint (airbrush makeup) by means of compressed air.
verb: alter or conceal (a photograph or a detail in one) using an airbrush.
What Is Airbrush Makeup?
Instead of using brushes, sponges, or fingers to apply makeup, airbrush makeup uses a compressed air application all without having to touch your skin with a tool.
How does airbrush makeup work?
Airbrush makeup, by use of compressed air, sprays out in a fine mist so that micronized pigments formulated in airbrush makeup cast a sheer veil of makeup onto the skin resulting in an "airbrushed" or soft-focused effect.
What does airbrush makeup look like?
Airbrush makeup should give a natural, lightweight airbrushed finish on the skin. Depending on the airbrush makeup formula, it may give different finishes. Aeroblend airbrush makeup is formulated to result in a soft natural matte finish. At Aeroblend, we think that skin should look like skin.
When to use airbrush makeup?
Airbrush makeup doesn't have to just be for special occasions. It can easily be a part of your daily beauty routine! Many Aeroblenders have found that airbrushing with Aeroblend airbrush makeup is much easier and faster than traditional makeup applications.
Where can I buy airbrush makeup? What does airbrush makeup cost?
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