Airbrush makeup technology sprays out minute amounts of makeup in pixels that lay on top of the skin. It immediately sets on contact, going from a liquid to a gel,
with no transmission into the skin and provides flawless coverage. George Lampman, co-owner of Dinair Airbrush Makeup says, "The microdots allow for permeability that is higher than traditional makeup provides. It covers with a fraction of the thickness of traditional makeup and is a 10th as thick. It sets on contact, dries on the dermis of the skin, and doesn't transfer toxins into the tissue. There are no trapped oils or toxins. You spray at different pressures to achieve different affects and for different coverage. The airbrush makeup reflects light in a broader spectrum and the skin looks more natural."
Because it is so light and does not clog the skin's pores, airbrush makeup is highly hypoallergenic. It is perfect for chronic skin conditions, like acne, rosacea, or eczema. As a result, it conceals the skin while healing it. The skin can breathe under the makeup and the pixelated dots are the ultimate camouflage for a variety of skin conditions, hyperpigmentation, capillaries, or any imperfections. Some airbrush makeup can even be used for tattoo coverage.
ACNE AND BLEMISHES
Traditional rub-on makeup tends to build up around blemishes, making them more obvious to the eye. Airbrush makeup mists a fine spray of ultra-thin, pixilated makeup for a more natural appearance. With only air and makeup touching the skin, these systems are completely sanitary and non-irritating. There is no cross-contamination of makeup brushes or sponges and no rubbing of the skin that can aggravate sensitive acne.