Though not a new technology, airbrush makeup is once again in the limelight due to the advanced of evolving digital camera technology.
The spray dot-pattern the airbrush puts down on the skin looks the most flawless on camera than the patterns and trace lines that brushes, fingers and sponges leave behind. However these marks may appear invisible to the naked eye, they can be quite noticeable when your client’s face is shown in Hi-Definition, close-up or in a High Resolution Digital Photo with traditional makeup application. Many liquid foundations and powders can make the skin look pale or shiny. Ingredients such as Mica found in mineral makeup will send a reflection to a camera lens thus making it horrible to wear when getting professional photos taken. Most powders contain Talc which will make your face look pale in professional photos. Sunscreens are also not recommended as will show up white in photography.