Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Traditional Foundation vs Airbrushing..
Twitter has afforded me the opportunity to meet some fabulous industry professionals. Lauren Iavarone of Expert Makeup Artistry Studio based in Bergen County NJ, offers a full spectrum of makeup services ranging from bridal to runway to hands on makeup classes. Lauren Iavarone brings over a decade of expertise to her studio. Formerly and educator for top cosmetic and skin care brands Lauren has traveled the globe educating on all levels of makeup. Makeup is a passion and making women feel the utmost confidence is Laurens mission. Glamor is different for every woman and Lauren will do her best to create an atmosphere that caters to each clients individuality. Lauren shared this interesting information with me and OnWed so I thought I'd pass it on to you. Enjoy!
While working with brides, a common makeup question has been is whats the difference between airbrush makeup and traditional makeup, besides price? For traditional makeup, we use a regular foundation and for airbrush, it's applied with a misting action and a specially formulated foundation.
There are many types of traditional foundation. Liquid foundations are the most popular. Most liquid foundations are a WATER base. They are not specifically formulated for long wear. If you are oily, water-based products tend to separate from the skin, because water and oil do not mix. If you your skin is dry, certain types of foundation may by more visible than you would like. A good rule of thumb for dryer skin is to mix your foundation with a dime size of your everyday moisturizer to make the foundation slightly thinner in consistency. I suggest bringing in the foundation that you normally wear in order to give your makeup artist an idea of what consistency you prefer on your complexion. When using a traditional foundation on brides, I apply it with a foundation brush and set it with a pressed powder that is a shade darker than their skin. This will ensure that your face will not photograph lighter that your neck.
Keep in mind: You do not want to be taken out of your makeup comfort zone on your wedding day. If you prefer one type of foundation over another, speak up. Your makeup artist will work with you and give you the options that will best suit YOU!
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