Your airbrush makeup system has a dial on it that helps you control the air pressure. The higher the pressure, the more product that comes out at a time. You don’t want to start out with a lot of pressure. Be patient and start with medium intensity or less. It might not look like anything is happening at first but trust me, this can get out of hand quickly if you’re not careful or trying to rush. You can play around with Airbrush Makeup System higher pressure and get things done more quickly over time. With practice, you’ll get your face on much more quickly.
Practice With Your Airbrush Makeup System Makes Perfect
When you’re brand new to airbrush makeup, it’s easy to mess up! Even if you think you’re not completely clueless, practice a little on a white paper towel (so you can see the product) and play around with different settings, distances, and motions. You want to create a soft blur of product, nothing harsh or too defined. Farther is better and circular motions are ideal.
Needs To Dry
Sometimes it can look a little funny until it dries down. It’s a liquid so it’s normal for it to look a little wet at first. Give it a chance to dry. To speed up the process, let go of the trigger so you’re only getting air coming out of the gun and use that to help speed up the process. If you really want to speed things up, take your blowdryer and give yourself a cool blast.
Use Anything On Top Of It
Let it dry first, but you can use any of your other “regular” face products on top of it: concealers, bronzers, powders, blushes, etc. If you apply cream/liquid products on top of it, they might be slightly more difficult to blend because when this stuff dries it really locks down onto the skin but a little extra blending will deliver you fabulous results and because you have the airbrush stuff underneath, it helps everything else you put on top last longer, too.
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