Airbrush

An airbrush is a small, air-operated tool that sprays various media including ink and dye, but most often paint by a process of nebulization. Spray guns were developed from the airbrush and are still considered a type of airbrush.

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Airbrush Makeup - Uses
... Airbrush makeup has become more popular with the advent of high-definition video and television (HD) ... Airbrush makeup wears longer than traditional powder or liquid foundation, able to stay put upwards of 12–24 hours ... Airbrush makeup is also available for eye shadow, blush, eyebrows and lips and can be layered, shaded, highlighted and contoured ...
Airbrush Makeup
... Airbrush makeup is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush instead of being applied with sponges, brushes, fingers, or other methods ... Airbrush systems designed for these purpose are usually smaller and work at a lower pressures than systems used in industrial applications ...
Airbrush Makeup - Technique
... Airbrush makeup artists will either use a circular motion or forward-back motion with the airgun when applying foundation ... A dual-action airbrush allows the user to control airflow by depressing the trigger with the index finger and drawing it backwards ... The advantage to using a dual-action airbrush is that one can use the air as a guide before allowing makeup to pass through the nozzle ...
Jerry Ott
... Jerry Ott is a true master airbrush artist and a leading painter in the 'Photo Realist' school of painting that emerged in the 1960s ... ever were a subject ideally suited for rendering by an airbrush, it would be the human figure and the airbrush is the tool used to develop that "feel" of the human body—skin that you think you ...