The rising temperatures must be stressing all you to-be-summer brides out there. Apart from getting cold feet (ironically), several concerns plague the bride’s mind. Melting makeup is definitely in the top 3! If you’re worried about your makeup caking or melting down in the scorching heat on your D-day, we assure you can give your mind rest from this particular concern. We have the best alternative to regular makeup for you- Airbrush Makeup.
Yes, the very same that is used to make models and actors look flawless on screen. From the world of big screen glamour, airbrush makeup has found its way to the world of weddings and brides and for good reason. The flawlessness and staying-power it gives is simply stunning. When done correctly, airbrushing technique gives the skin porcelain-perfect smoothness and flawlessness which usually is difficult to achieve with regular makeup. Due to extremely good coverage, airbrush makeup makes the bride look radiant and resplendent both off and on camera.
What is airbrush makeup?
Airbrush makeup is a technique that uses a special instrument called the “airbrush” to spray makeup onto the skin. The makeup is in liquid form and usually the application does not require brush, sponge or finger. The pressure in the airbrush can be adjusted to give light, medium or heavy coverage, keeping into consideration every tiny detail. Being so precise, airbrush makeup has been used in the film and modelling industry since a long time. The technique has been known to be first used in 1959 on actors in the movie Ben Hur.
Here are some of the pros and cons of airbrush makeup:
Airbrush makeup is applied through an air gun machine that produces a thin and even layer of makeup which does not feel too heavy on your face. Also, airbrush makeup creates a very beautiful matte finish that’ll look absolutely stunning when settled down.
When the light spray of makeup comes out of the gun in the form of a fine mist, this mist of colour covers your face evenly, leaving you with a flawless complexion. This procedure works perfect for a day or night wedding. Your complexion is bound to glow in the sun or in the artificial lights.
For a perfect blend to match your skin tone, the foundation colours are mixed, so that the makeup doesn’t look too caked on and gives your face a natural glow. Bonus point of opting for Airbrush Makeup is that the makeup does not transfer onto clothing. Yes, you read that right.
Airbrush Makeup is waterproof. Isn’t this perfect for a summer wedding? The makeup won’t meltdown even in the scorching heat. Make sure you don’t wipe off sweat or tears and instead use blotting paper.
The best part about Airbrush Makeup is that it suits all skin types. And for all those with an oily skin, this is the best kind of makeup you can opt for on your D-day, especially if it’s taking place in the humid months.
Since your makeup will remain fresh as ever for up to 16 hours, Airbrush Makeup makes for a great choice for summer weddings.
Difficult to fix
If you sweat too much and/or end up crying a lot, followed by frequent tissue dabs, chances are your makeup will streak. It becomes difficult to fill in the streaks and achieve the original, flawless look created with airbrushed makeup.
The foundation formula used in airbrushing is different than regular foundation. You may not find a variety of shades to choose from. It’s best to leave the job to your airbrush expert.
Airbrushing is typically more expensive than a normal makeup application. It does good better results and is very much in demand, making it more dear than traditional makeup. But it worth a ty for your special day.
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