HD Makeup & Airbrush Makeup | Top Trends in Professional Makeup 2019

Date: July 19, 2019

Makeup enhances the innate beauty of every woman. While a dazzling outfit, accessories and confidence are important to create a great look, makeup plays a pivotal role in making or breaking the grand image. With the evolution and advancement of makeup techniques, there’s a lot to pick, however, there are two makeup trends that are going to rule 2019 and beyond viz HD makeup and Airbrush makeup.

Did you know what makeup technique Deepika Padukone choose for her Met Gala 2019 Barbie look? It was the High-Definition aka HD makeup. HD makeup technique utilizes traditional brush and blending sponges, however, HD products are used to create a flawless look. The light-scattering and light-reflective particles in these HD products is what adds immaculate beauty on the client’s skin. These HD cosmetics use light-reflecting ingredients like mica, silicone, crystals, or quartz.

The HD makeup is meant for those working amidst cameras and glitz, whether it’s models on the ramp, celebrities on the red carpet, TV artists or a bride on her D-day. Another upside is the use of less layers which brings out the best of your natural skin. The High-Definition makeup was invented for those microscopic high-definition cameras that not only have the capability to highlight the blemishes, pores, wrinkles or any other skin imperfection, but also those traditional layers of pancake makeup.

Airbrush makeup is another on-trend makeup technique. Its effect is as vivid in person as in the photos. No wonder, Airbrush makeup technique has build a huge fan following in the fashion-conscious Insta-friendly era. The Airbrush makeup technique uses an airbrush system to spray makeup on the client’s face without utilizing makeup brushes, fingers, sponges or any other tool. The makeup is dispersed as a fine mist of millions of miniscule droplets from a distance of 6 to 12 inches and hence creates a light yet flawless cover. Different air pressures are set to work on detailed or broader makeup zones via controllable airflow. Stencils are often used in this technique to create fantasy and various other looks.

Airbrush makeup is primarily meant for the entertainment business, however, with makeup taking the centrestage in wedding photoshoots, this technique is yet another popular choice amongst brides. The primary ingredients used in Airbrush makeup are water-based, polymer water-based, alcohol-based and silicone-based. Airbrush makeup lasts longer than many other makeup techniques and stays put from 12 to 24 hours, even under sweaty, humid conditions or when emotions run high.

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