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Hi guys,

So I am getting married in a few months and I've run up against a problem. I have heard so much about airbrushing (for and against) can someone provide me with some good advice.

Here is what I heard

Pros- flawless look, lasts a really long time, makes you look younger, evens out skin tone ( have some acne marks from a long time that I would like covered up)

Cons- seems plasticy, too perfect, some people feel like its not them in their pictures.


My questions are

1. How does it feel on your face? Normally I wear mineral make up.

2. Does it come off easy- or am I spending my wedding night scrubbing my face raw?

Hope someone can shed some light on this for me!
 

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I think it depends on who applies it and what she/he uses! Why not try it before the big day to make sure??

One thing to watch out for in foundations when you are being photographed: Titanium dioxide shows up as "ghost face" and looks unnaturally white in flash photography!

Getting excited yet????




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Hi guys,

So I am getting married in a few months and I've run up against a problem. I have heard so much about airbrushing (for and against) can someone provide me with some good advice.

Here is what I heard

Pros- flawless look, lasts a really long time, makes you look younger, evens out skin tone ( have some acne marks from a long time that I would like covered up)

Cons- seems plasticy, too perfect, some people feel like its not them in their pictures.


My questions are

1. How does it feel on your face? Normally I wear mineral make up.

2. Does it come off easy- or am I spending my wedding night scrubbing my face raw?

Hope someone can shed some light on this for me!
I've been using recently Maybelline air brush foundation -- this may not be what you mean but it gives a very light, even coverage and washes off easily.

You want to look perfect on your wedding day -- for all those memorable pictures. I've been using a light primer -- Lise Water -- under the foundation to even out pores and fine lines. To finish off I use a very light dusting of light mineral makeup -- which keeps me going the entire day.

Experiment with different applications until you feel comfortable with your makeup -- be prepared for your big day.
 
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