Why we don't offer airbrush any longer.
Choosing traditional cosmetics over airbrush for your wedding day is a matter of personal preference and depends on several factors. Here are a few reasons why we decided to no longer offer airbrush services.
Customization: With traditional cosmetics, your makeup artist can easily customize your look to suit your specific skin type, skin tone, and personal preferences. They can mix and match different products and shades to create a look that flatters your unique features. With airbrush makeup, however, the options may be limited, and it may be harder to achieve the same level of customization.
Natural-looking finish: Traditional cosmetics can provide a more natural-looking finish that is less likely to look overly matte or flat, as can sometimes happen with airbrush makeup. This is especially important if you want to look like the best version of yourself on your wedding day rather than a heavily made-up version.
Longevity: While airbrush makeup can be long-lasting, traditional cosmetics can often be more resilient and require less touch-up throughout the day. This is especially important on your wedding day when you want your makeup to last from the ceremony all the way through to the reception.
Flexibility: Traditional cosmetics offer more flexibility in terms of how much coverage you need and where you need it. For example, you may want full coverage on parts of your face but lighter coverage in other areas. This is easier to achieve with traditional cosmetics than with airbrush makeup.
Skin type: Airbrush is not suitable for all skin types. People with more mature skin, acne/blemishes, or more vellus hairs (peach fuzz) will benefit more from traditional cosmetics that can be better worked into the skin, rather than sit on top of the skin like airbrush.
Ultimately, the best option for you will depend on your personal preferences, skin type, and the look you want to achieve on your wedding day.