Airbrush Makeup Systems

Airbase Makeup Making Waves in the Cosmetic Industry

by Kelly Williams on July 29, 2012

The history of Airbase

Granted, with the booming popularity of airbrush makeup (especially in our modern, HD world where every imperfection can be seen on camera close-ups) a few companies jumped in and started manufacturing their own airbrush kits. While there are some good ones, most of the airbrush systems out there are made by people who either have no experience in the makeup industry or are just in it for a quick buck. Thankfully, Airbase makeup isn’t one of them.

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dinair-airbrush-makeup4Airbrush makeup is becoming more popular these days. What began largely as a new way of applying cosmetics to a large group of people as quickly as possible (it was first used on the set of Ben Hur to apply makeup to the cast) has now crossed over to everyday use.

Airbrush makeup allows liquid cosmetics to be evenly sprayed over the face in micro particles; the cosmetic flows through a special device that turns it into a fine mist which is then propelled to the skin using pressurized air. Not only does this cover a wide surface area in a short amount of time, but the makeup is evenly distributed and blends appropriately with the skin in a manner that is difficult if not impossible to do with the old-fashioned powder application.

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If you’ve ever wondered what the big deal is about airbrush makeup, then you’re probably among those still using the old-fashioned powder and paint. For those looking to take their makeup application to the next level, then investing in an airbrush system like the Temptu might be the best thing you need to complete your cosmetic collection. But is it the right choice compared to other competitors out here? We answer that here.

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