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Why airbrushing?


Why airbrushing?

When you spray using an airbrush it atomises the product making the particles of make-up tiny. This is why airbrush make-up is used in HD TV and film. The particles in the make-up become much smaller than when it is conventionally applied and therefore less visible. HD TV picks up absolutely every imperfection! There are also hygiene benefits to spraying. When we use a conventional
brush or our fingers there is potential to spread bacteria and germs across the face. By spraying Airbase make-up onto the face we can avoid this.
Who already uses Airbase?
Hermione Norris (Cold Feet and Spooks) is a huge fan of Airbase. Airbase is also a favourite of the Girls Aloud make-up artist Liz Martins. Jemma Kidd Training School, who offer courses in airbrush make-up using Airbase. Not forgetting that ITV and SKY are now regular users of the Airbase product too.
‘Flawless and fantastic! The coverage is great and it feels like I have nothing on. I love it!’
Hermoine Norris (Spooks, Cold Feet, Bouquet of Barbed Wire).
Celebrity make-up artist and hair stylist Lisa Laudat, whose clients include Girls Aloud, Christine Bleakley and Sophie Ellis-Bextor,
says…
“I swear by Airbase airbrush make-up, it is amazing! Airbase’s quick application, using a light-weight compressor and
airbrush gun, makes life a lot easier and the blendable, breathable foundations have real staying power being both water
and heat resistant – ideal in the studio, on location or on the dance floor” Lisa Laudat, Celebrity Make-up Artist.









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