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Ereny Milad
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Feb 13 10 06:19 pm  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
Ereny Milad
Posts: 57


Anyone?
Feb 13 10 08:06 pm  Link  Quote 
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CMMakeup
Posts: 1,727
New York, New York, US


skip it. face and body is better hand applied.

if your looking for a cost effective foundation to airbrush try revlon colorstay, thinned down a bit. works great and give good coverage
Feb 13 10 09:51 pm  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
Vincent Ford
Posts: 667
West Hollywood, California, US


You can thin any silicone foundation to airbrush with some 244 or equivalent.  I've airbrushed Mac Face & Body and the results were ok.  It was a bit too oily for me airbrushed but it is possible.
Feb 13 10 10:54 pm  Link  Quote 
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Sylvia Szczepanska
Posts: 32
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


I dislike MAC's face and body foundation. The colours go a bit too orange for my liking.

I love MUFE's face and body foundation. If you're looking for something cost-effective then Revlon Colorstay is a good bet. Just thin it down with 244 or any silicone thinner. I personally like Temptu's thinner.

You can also thin out MUFE HD with 244 as well as they're both silicone based. That works well, too.
Feb 13 10 11:53 pm  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
Ereny Milad
Posts: 57


Thanks everyone for your responses!! They helped a lot! Where can I purchase 244?
Feb 15 10 08:00 pm  Link  Quote 
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Christina Brands
Posts: 530
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida, US


Make-up by Ereny wrote:
Thanks everyone for your responses!! They helped a lot! Where can I purchase 244?

Here is the link for Frends:

http://frendsbeautysupply.com/airbrushthinner.aspx

Feb 16 10 11:07 am  Link  Quote 
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mua spclfx hairstylist
Posts: 319
Minneapolis, Minnesota, US


why dont you just use the mac airbrush makeup? its not expensive if you have a pro account.
Feb 16 10 12:12 pm  Link  Quote 
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MakeupbyTrish
Posts: 660
Hershey, Pennsylvania, US


anyone here use the mac airbrush foundation.  I have some face and body i want to use up and was thinking to start airbrushing it but am not sure if it will work good or not.  Would love some updated input...
Thanks
Feb 02 13 04:51 pm  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
MUA Amanda Fairweather
Posts: 79
Fort Polk South, Louisiana, US


That is very interesting. I would never thought of using revlon colorstay foundation for airbrushing. Thanks for the tip!! Now i have to invest in a airbrush machine. Anyone know any inexpensive air brush machines? Let me know please.
Feb 02 13 08:25 pm  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
MakeupbyTrish
Posts: 660
Hershey, Pennsylvania, US


I tired running my face and body and it didnt work, its too thick.  sad
Feb 05 13 07:48 am  Link  Quote 
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Bloom Makeup Artistry
Posts: 349
Galveston, Texas, US


Buy a good quality airbrush machine and gun from amazon. You can get them for fairly good prices on there. I personally own the Iwata Ninja and an Iwata Eclipse gun. The cost difference for good stuff vs. shotty stuff isn't that much and once you buy a gun/machine it really should last a lifetime if properly cared for.

As for airbrush makeup I currently use Camera Ready Cosmetics airbrush formula which is waterbased and very inexpensive. I am getting a second gun soon so that I can do silicone based makeup from Temptu because I fellow artist is selling me her set.
Feb 07 13 08:18 am  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
Bloom Makeup Artistry
Posts: 349
Galveston, Texas, US


Here is a link to the CRC airbrush makeup. The size for the sample is actually really large and I honestly haven't even made a dent in most of them.

http://camerareadycosmetics.com/product … 25-oz.html
Feb 07 13 08:20 am  Link  Quote 
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