You are getting married soon and you must be getting super excited! And now it’s the time to think about your wedding look. What kind of hairstyle to wear, the head piece or flower crown and of course… your make up style!
And for your make up you have two options… Traditional or Airbrush makeup.
You are probably thinking … what’s the difference between the two? What is traditional make up? What do you mean when you say airbrush make up? Those are questions most of our brides to be have…So let us explain a bit more about both techniques.
TRADITIONAL MAKE UP
When we talk about traditional make up, we talk about the application method, in this case is done with regular make up products like brushes, foundations, powders, concellers, highlighters, etc. Basically the same tools that you could use at home. Your make up artist has plenty of tools, colors, textures and she knows different techniques on how to apply the make up (using brushes, sponges or the fingers tips) to make you look gorgeous. We can find traditional make up in various presentations (liquid, cream or pressed powder), the perfect one for you is based on your skin type, your make up artist will choose the right one for you on your wedding day.
For the airbrush application, your make up artist will use a small air compressor (air gun machine). This micro-spray technology gives a very natural and uniform result because it applies a very small amount of special airbrush foundation (silicon or water based). The result can be matte or glowy, light or high coverage, just tell your make up artist the style you are looking for.
The airbrush make up is very long-lasting because the ultra-fine concentrated mist creates a perfect coverage veil on your skin – giving it longer durability. Since the foundation is the perfect match for your skin, it can withstand pretty much anything- including the the Riviera Maya weather (humidity, rain, mist, heat).