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Dinair Airbrush Makeup Review

by Kelly Williams on July 1, 2012

Most of us can easily get by with regular makeup, but airbrush makeup often gives a more polished finish and is easily applied with little effort. Compared to standard makeup that needs to be brushed on, airbrush makeup uses a mechanical atomizer that turns cosmetic liquids into a fine, misty spray which is distributed evenly on your face.

One popular airbrush makeup brand is Dinair. There are numerous pros and cons of using this particular product, and we’ll take a look at some of them below. We hope that this article will tell you more about airbrushing in general and will help you decide whether it’s for you or not. Let’s get to it.

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The airbrush has always been a tool that defied categorization. Artists use it to create eerily realistic masterpieces. Car painters use it to bake that new Porsche 911 a dazzling red. And magazine designers use it to iron out the creases of the latest cover girl. The airbrush seems to flit and float around the industry and settles on whatever purpose it can serve next.

Even in the midst of the sweaty slave ship, Charlton’s airbrushed makeup stays on!

Today, we’ll be looking at the airbrush as a means of putting foundation makeup. For those of you who do not realize that the airbrush can be used this way, you’ll be surprised to know that this handy tool has been spraying faces since 1925; it was used on the cast of Ben-Hur to make sure their features were ready for the big screen.
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