Airbrush 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.
Currently, there are three brands of airbrush makeup that take the lion’s share of the market due to their outstanding features, price, and overall quality. We take a look at them one at a time and examine the distinct features in each brand that are not present in the other two. Let’s begin, shall we?
Home is where the makeup is: Dinair
Dinair is the best choice among the three if you’re planning on buying an airbrush makeup kit for personal use only. The personal kit sells at about $200, but they also have a professional kit at $250 and a studio edition close to $300 if you happen to run a salon. Those on a tight budget will be glad to know that Dinair offers easy payment plans and special discount packages for one-time payments that can save you money. This brand also has the smallest compressor out of the three products, which is advantageous in terms of storage as you won’t need a lot of space in your cabinet in order to keep the kit.
Dinair is the brand that offers the most value in terms of price; it is the cheapest in the bunch but still delivers more or less the same quality. The airbrush effect is truly outstanding considering the amount. Dinair is one of the easiest to use, and the best option for your daily makeup applications.
See our detailed review of Dinair here.
(Continued on next Page…A look at Temptu and Luminess Air)