Using Airbrush Makeup for a Wedding
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When the big wedding day arrives be prepared with long lasting, natural looking airbrush makeup. Unlike traditional or mineral makeup that feels heavy, smudges easy and isn’t water-resistant, brush makeup including the MAC Pro system give brides to be a better alternative that uses a 1/3 less product than traditional makeup and provides full, even coverage. Weddings are long ceremonies and brides have to keep up their appearance throughout which is why this non-traditional makeup is the best option when deciding on makeup for a wedding.
No matter what time of year your wedding takes place you can count on plenty of lights and cameras hand cream 推薦. This event is one of the most photographed days for many women and it’s the wrong time for a makeup smudge or streak. One bad picture can ruin an album. Avoid traditional ‘pancake’ makeup that feels heavy and opt for airbrush makeup that will stay on longer with a weightless feel. Airbrush makeup can be applied right before a wedding and doesn’t require lengthy drying times. Originally used for movies and modeling, this makeup is specially formulated for high definition cameras and will give you a natural looking foundation that makes you look your best.
Airbrush makeup has many benefits over traditional makeup that includes being water-resistant, silicone free, paraben free and rub resistant. The makeup is sprayed into a superfine mist that is applied to your face in the texture and depth you prefer. Go sheer or opaque with a few simple waves of the brush. After being applied the makeup dries instantly so you can be up and ready to go.
Another benefit to using airbrush makeup is the range of color options you get. Mixing foundations to any skin tone, brush makeup application allows you the opportunity to mix and match specific colors for lips, eye shadow and blush. With traditional or mineral makeup you often only get one choice of shade to work with and not all brands mix well with others. Airbrush makeup lets you mix multiple color drops in the makeup cup until you get the shade you desire. Once achieved the liquid based makeup is sprayed onto the face giving you a natural, radiant look that will hold up under the intense lights of a wedding.
I was waiting in line for the bus one afternoon and overheard three teenaged guys behind me talking about girls wearing makeup. Basically, one of them boldly announced that as long as a girl had makeup on her face, she was definitely not his “type.” Why hello, I was wearing a full face of makeup that day, complete with a bronze smokey eye and all, and I was 100% sure that was what started the conversation among them youngsters. To add to his stand on preferring girls bare-faced, he reasoned, “If she wears makeup, it means she is insecure about the way she looks.”
Oh by golly. He cannot be more wrong and I don’t even know where to start! Maybe let me begin by saying that yes, makeup does hide flaws and I admit that it is self-consciousness that drives some girls to conceal them all. For some unfortunate ones, makeup can shield recurring and frustrating skin problems from the public eye while they work towards a solution. This is surely comprehensible because – and you will nod to this one – there are people out there who thrive on evil and find pleasure in laughing at the misfortune of others. Makeup just helps to put a stop to all this nonsense so that these girls can get on with their daily lives without being bugged by these people (who are probably the more insecure ones). But not every girl who wears makeup is trying to cover something up! I mean, why does looking prettier with makeup on mean for sure that a girl is insecure about the way she looks without it? You wear clothes too. And shoes. You shave, have a haircut often and you choose the rims of the spectacles that goes best with your face shape. Are you insecure about the way you look naked and without some priming? Pffft. Instead of appreciating someone for putting effort into looking presentable in public, you simply accuse her of being insecure, which is highly possibly very far from the truth. Why are you guys such jerks?
Now let me tell you a little bit about makeup and why we like it. It helps us get what we want in life. Makeup is a very powerful tool for women all around the world and nobody – I repeat, nobody – can deny that. From the subtle way we line our eyes or the arch that we create on our brows, makeup enables us to manipulate how others perceive us. When we look the part, we are better able to convince others to believe in whatever we want them to believe. If you have a bulging pimple that’s bared for all the world to see, nobody is going to listen to what you have to say on national TV! Bigger eyes and radiance signify youth, and therefore a more energetic persona. A pink flush in the cheeks implies good health. Strong brows and lips suggest assertiveness, which translates to getting things done. If you don’t think this helps in careers, I assure you that it does (obviously we have to really work too, but that’s not the point of this article).
Makeup is a form of art. It’s a form of expression. It’s what the media uses to create successful, attention-grabbing advertorials that drive sales. It’s part of the costume for performing artistes, clowns, acrobats, singers and even politicians alike. It’s something that makes use of colour and texture to evoke within an audience emotions that would otherwise prove evasive with mere words. It works on the basis and reason for which red exudes sexiness in its wearer and green means envy; Black for the bad cowboy and white for the good protagonist. In a way, makeup is like fashion. No one would call someone who dresses well insecure. We’d call them stylish!