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Is airbrush makeup good for wrinkles?

by Pathlie Lee Business consultant

Over the years airbrush makeup has built a reputation for making just about anyone look flawless. And it does have the ability to make people's skin look smoother—to some extent. But what people need to understand is that it's not some magic potion that can turn back the clock. While it's great for concealing mild skin blemishes, more obvious skin imperfections are a little harder to hide.

 

3 Airbrush Makeup Myths Debunked

 

Here are some common myths regarding airbrush makeup.

 

Myth 1: It is Waterproof

 

There are some water-resistant foundations for airbrush use, but it's the makeup itself that's waterproof. So, it's not the airbrush machine that's making the makeup water-resistant.

 

Myth 2: It Will Always Make You Look Flawless 

 

Nothing can change the texture of your skin—only Photoshop can. But with the right application, any makeup can make you the most beautiful version of yourself. However, do take note that it's vital that you hire a makeup artist based on their makeup application skills and not just their ability to use an airbrush.

 

Myth 3: It Can Make Bad Skin Look Good

 

Airbrush makeup can be used to cover mild skin blemishes and acne. But for more obvious skin imperfections like scarring, dry skin, fine lines, and wrinkles, it will be much harder to conceal them with airbrush makeup because the application is too thin. To hide bad skin, your makeup artist will need a whole arsenal of foundation and concealer to give you a flawless look. Airbrush makeup can be used on top of a traditional foundation to give you a finer finish.

 

Is Airbrush Makeup Worth the Hype?

 

If you go online and search for trysilk reviews, you'll get a lot of hits. After all, airbrushing is an excellent way to cover skin blemishes and imperfections, but it's not a miracle beauty product that can erase your wrinkles, acne, and facial scars. So, what's all the hype about airbrush makeup? For starters, seeing a flawless model on a magazine makes people immediately think she's been airbrushed.

 

Airbrush makeup also has a reputation for being waterproof. While there are some waterproof foundations, it has got nothing to do with the airbrushing makeup technique itself. However, some shrewd retailers and makeup artists saw this as an opportunity to fire up the hype even further, so they can sell and charge more for their products and services. With so many women wanting to look like supermodels, they are willing to pay the price. And so the cycle continues.

 

Although some people are capitalizing on the popularity of airbrush systems, the hype is not all bad. There are some instances when airbrush makeup is the ideal makeup application technique, especially with the recent popularity of High Definition cameras. And in this day and age, it's not just supermodels who are always the subject of HD cameras.

 

Airbrushing is not always necessary. But if you have sensitive or oily skin, elwynnandcass.com recommends that you use airbrush makeup as it is lighter than traditional makeup and is not irritating to the skin.

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About Pathlie Lee Advanced   Business consultant

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Created on Oct 25th 2019 12:15. Viewed 390 times.

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