What is the difference between airbrush and traditional make up?
Personally, both airbrush and traditional makeup have their pros and cons. This foundation is thinner than regular liquid foundation as it needs to pass through the airbrush gun. By applying gentle pressure it sprays a very fine mist on the skin which allows, when sprayed on properly, a consistent application of foundation which sits evenly on the skin. It provides a very flawless base that evens out imperfections while still letting your skin breathe and not feel heavy. Whereas, traditional make up is the name make up artists’ use to refer to the tools you can use at home so for example liquid, cream or powder foundation that can be used with a sponge or foundation brush. Traditional makeup usually takes a bit longer applying it on the skin as well. However, because there are many more cosmetics companies developing traditional foundation, there is a variety of products that may be used and can variate between skin types.