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Airbrush Makeup Vs. Long Wearing Foundation. Which One Is Better For My Skin-type?

Updated: Aug 1, 2023


Airbrush makeup is known for its long-lasting properties.

  • airbrush makeup is applied in a fine mist and sprayed onto the skin, it can create a very thin and even layer of makeup that adheres well to the skin. This can result in a more natural-looking finish that lasts longer than traditional makeup.

  • Additionally, airbrush makeup is typically water-resistant and transfer-resistant, which means it is less likely to smudge, smear, or rub off throughout the day. This can make it a popular choice for events such as weddings or photo shoots, where makeup needs to stay in place for several hours.


  • However, it is important to note that the longevity of airbrush makeup also depends on a variety of factors such as the quality of the products used, skin type, and application technique. Proper skincare and preparation of the skin prior to application can also help to ensure that airbrush makeup lasts longer. My preferred band is Temptu.


Long-wearing makeup is designed to stay on for an extended period of time.


  • This makes it ideal for events or situations where you won't have the opportunity to touch up your makeup frequently.

  • However, long-wearing makeup can sometimes feel heavy on the skin and may require more effort to remove at the end of the day.

  • There're different techniques in how you can apply this foundation my favorite way it to apply with a foundation brush and then tap over with a damp beauty blender.

To sum up!

The primary contrast lies in the process of application between a gun and a conventional brush/sponge technique. In my opinion, this method is most effective when dealing with facial hair or dry skin concerns, as any elevated surface on the skin can benefit from this approach, whereas airbrushing simply involves spraying a fine mist onto the skin.


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