Airbrush makeup follows a simple version of the airbrush technology in its application. When the makeup is sprayed, droplets of the formulae settle on the skin and create a uniform appearance that also looks rather natural.
Because it settles on the skin and meets every nook and cranny as well, there is a sheer appearance to the skin. Airbrush makeup tends to last longer than most other forms of makeup essentially because of its nature. Considering that it tends to cover the skin surface completely, it is often very useful in covering blemishes and shadows.
Most forms of airbrush makeup include foundations and powders, eye shadows, blushes, and lip colours. Creating special effects can be done by using stencils and other equipment that help create designs. The biggest advantage in airbrush makeup is the hygiene factor, since there is no re-use of brushes and the only contact that there is, is the makeup itself touching the skin.