Why Airbrush Makeup Rules


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Airbrush makeup is a more recent wedding trend many brides swear by. It’s a favorite of celebrities as well, and something to consider for your vow renewal or second wedding. If you didn’t like the way your makeup looked in photos the first time ‘round or your mascara was running down your face by the day’s end, read on to discover why airbrush makeup might be exactly what you need for your upcoming nuptials:

It Lasts All Day

The decision to have your makeup airbrushed on means you don’t have to worry about it for the entire day. That’s right–the entire day! All you need is one application and you’re good to greet guests, say your vows, and have an amazing time. The stuff is water, sweat, and tear-resistant and doesn’t smudge…that is, unless you’re really trying to smudge it (and why would you do that?).

It Creates A Flawless Finish

If flawless skin is something you’ve been chasing your whole life, airbrush makeup is well worth it. It creates a beautifully-natural, wonderfully-flawless finish in person and in photos. Don’t worry about it feeling heavy, either–airbrush makeup is incredibly lightweight and won’t make you feel like your makeup was put on with a shovel. Additionally, airbrush makeup never, ever looks cakey or requires touching up.

It’s Custom-Blended

One of the reasons airbrush makeup looks so impeccable is because it’s custom-blended to suit your complexion perfectly. You won’t have to worry about looking orange in photos or wondering if your makeup is blended at the jawline when you opt for airbrush makeup.

It’s Hypoallergenic

Yet another benefit of airbrush makeup? It’s completely hypoallergenic. This is a great thing if you’re sensitive to most cosmetic options and are concerned the makeup artist is going to use stuff that makes you break out in a rash. Airbrush makeup is also free from alcohol, fragrance, and oil.

Why not try airbrush makeup for your upcoming wedding or vow renewal and enjoy looking extra stunning all day long? Airbrush makeup is the ideal option for any special occasion, especially one where you know you’ll be photographed incessantly!

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