There are 3 types of airbrush makeup applications:
- Airbrush makeup is deposited into a Air Machine or Air Pod. The Airbrush system uses a compressor to create airflow through a hose connected to a trigger.
- Airbrush makeup is applied in an aerosol container spray.
- Airbrush makeup is applied from a foundation bottle being applied with sponges, brushes, fingers, or other methods.
What makes Airbrush makeup unique is in the formulation which I feel that they will be in all of the foundations on the commercial market and designer market. Airbrushes are used in film, theater, bridal makeup, and sunless tanning.
- Water-based: Finely ground pigments dissipated in water.
- Polymer water-based: A mix of water, polymers, and pigment, when airbrushed on the skin the polymer dries leaving a continuous coating on the skin.
- Polymer SD40 alcohol based: Instead of using water like the polymer-water-based formula, it uses alcohol which assists with drying the makeup on the skin.
- Alcohol-based: Also called “temporary airbrush inks” alcohol-based formulas are generally used when creating fake tattoos.
- Silicone-based: Uses silicone for longer-lasting wear and without fading. Silicone-based can be thinned with certain types of formula additives, for lighter coverage.
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