Air brush make up is becoming popular day by day to advanced technology. Brides want to look like celebrity and they choose air brush make up for their wedding day. However, many people do not know about airbrush make up and how it differs to the traditional one.
I have a lot of brides asking me what the difference is between airbrush makeup application and traditional makeup application? So I’m here to shed light on this subject and break down the differences between the two.
Personally, both airbrush and traditional makeup have their pros and cons. And when you’re dealing with a professional makeup artist both should be able to withstand the test of time (on your big day). I have done many brides with traditional techniques, and I’ve also done many brides with airbrushing techniques. Depending on which feels best is for the bride to decide herself. So I can’t say one outweighs the other by a long shot – there are pluses and minuses to both.
So read on and decide for yourself which one you think is best for you.
When makeup artists use the term ‘Traditional Makeup’ they are referring to the application and use of foundation applied with tools you’d use at home. So whether it be liquid, cream or a powder foundation used with a foundation brush, sponge or a duo fiber brush (a.k.a. skunk brush).
So as you would suspect, the application of traditional foundation will be of thicker consistency. And depending on the artist, it usually takes a bit longer applying it on the skin as well. However, because there are many more cosmetics companies developing traditional foundation, there is an array of products that may be used spanning from light to full coverage, oil-free, etc.
Airbrush makeup utilizes a small makeup air compressor, an airbrush gun, and special airbrush foundation. This foundation – which is either …