June 6, 2013
Traditionally, the way to properly apply makeup has been to brush or smear it on the skin and blend it until it reaches the desired look. For many people who wear makeup, this application method tends to open the pores and make them look more exaggerated, especially on the face. Airbrush makeup works a little differently. It is usually applied with a pump that contains an air compressor. The color is released from the pump as a fine mist and looks almost flawless on the skin. The typical caked-on look of foundations is missing. Temptu AIRbrush Makeup System has taken advantage of this desired flawless look. This simple-to-use system sprays air brush make up on seamlessly and makes it feel weightless. It takes far less time to apply than traditional makeup and comes with a range of AIRpod products especially designed for the pump. Users simply need to set the dial on the pump to determine the thickness of the spray, connect the pump and the nozzle through the Flex AIRhose, and plug in the adaptor in an outlet. It is that simple. The 3 o'clock setting on the pump base is the ideal setting for a flawless application. The nozzle should be held like a pencil 4 to 6 inches away from the face and moved in a small circular motion for best results. The 9 o'clock setting is best for applying foundation to the body and the 12 o'clock setting is best for blemishes and eye details. Airbrush makeup has been around for about 30 years in the movie and entertainment business. It can last for up to 18 hours without rubbing off, it is water resistant and a lot more hygenic than regular makeup. For those who have hectic days, airbrush makeup is a perfect choice.
Posted by Savvy Mama at 5:06 PM