Despite the obvious jokes about state fairs and unicorn T-shirts, people have been using airbrush machines to apply red-carpet makeup for years, and they're a given on film and television sets. But most women outside Hollywood don't know much about them, and they've traditionally been prohibitively expensive. Recently, though, there have been a couple of less pricey (though still far from cheap) entries to the market, so I decided to take a look at them. If you're curious about what it takes to get made up like a celebrity, just keep reading
Now you can be camera ready! This innovative Kett Jet Airbrush System is the key to a perfect looking body and complexion. Airbrushing is used by most makeup artists to create flawless canvases on their clients who appear on television and in the movies.
Especially since the invention of high definition pixels, the camera sees all. Airbrushing ensures better and smoother coverage for a more natural, perfect looking effect.
You can also use airbrushing to create muscle definition, highlighting, contouring and covering up large tattoos/scars. The set is pretty costly. It runs $549 and comes with ten different shades of foundation.
To find out how to turn this kit into a more affordable beauty tool, read more