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With an airbrush weapon, it delivers the currently mixed location right away and all you are needed to do after, is to powder the concealed imperfection.
It likewise prevents you having to go in with a brush that interrupts any patchy, flaky skin otherwise. You can avoid it with a patting movement but most cases; it's simpler and can be quicker to apply with an airbrush gun.It's simpler and can be quicker to apply with an airbrush gun.
It's skill over the tool, and the purpose of why it is made use of, not simply the tool itself.
(For example if I gave a 10 year old an airbrush and a paint brush with some paint, it doesn't mean airbrush would be 'much better'.).
It does give a different want to your makeup that differs from other finish because it's sprayed on, but improperly applied it can look even worse than if you used your very own foundation generally!