What is the difference between Airbrush or Traditional foundation? Why should you choose one over the other? I am here to help decipher some of the confusion surrounding this topic using facts about both.
The BIGGEST difference between the two choices? The way it’s applied. Check out the image below for a better breakdown of how you can better help make your decision.
The right formula of your foundation is critical no matter if you are choosing makeup for wedding day, or for personal use. Skin types are: normal, oily, dry, or combination (oily in T-zone, dry around hairline). Oily skin and normal skin types are ideal for airbrushing. Dry, combination or skin with a lot of texture should use liquid, water-based foundations. Remember that makeup sits ON TOP OF the skin, thus enhancing any lines, hairs, or texture on the skin.
The truth is, you need to think about your skin type and that will point you in the right direction. There is a lot of bad information surrounding airbrushing and it is often thought of as “better” simply because of the name. As someone who has used it countless number of times of a wide range of clientele, it is not better in any way. In fact, I would argue the opposite is true in most cases. The prep and the products on top of ANY foundation are what make it look perfect, and last all day/night.
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