As beauty therapists we strive for perfection, but in the wake of patchy foundation from beauty blenders and stray hairs from even the most expensive foundation brushes – we’re all worshipping the wonder way of application. Move over foundation brush and make way for the airbrush.
It’s actually nothing new, airbrushing make-up has been the go-to beauty secret of the professionals for years. But as it makes its way into the retail market with consumer’s crying out for the perfect finish achieved on high definition TV for their everyday make-up, the question is can you really afford not to be using this application method?
Today, airbrushing make-up is fast becoming the new ‘traditional’ application for a flawless base. With airbrushing all you have to do is, blend your perfect colour by mixing drop of your foundations shades into the airbrush gun and you’re good to go.
“It’s easily buildable, all you have to do is keep adding fine layers of product to build the coverage you desire, you don’t even touch the skin. Perfectly customisable colours by the very nature and incredibly hygienic in its application, not to mention the unrivalled durability Airbase Ultra Foundation delivers – it’s flawless for so many reasons.”
Comments Mickey Foster, Events and Marketing Officer.
Airbrushing make-up is one of the most cost-effective methods of foundation application in today’s market. Traditional brushes and beauty blenders tend to soak up product, meaning you use more. Use our airbrush application and you’ll achieve perfect delivery of tiny particles with little waste.
“It’s one of the many reasons so many professionals trust and use this method of application, loved by Sky News, Loose Women and X-Factor to name a few.”
The upcoming spring/summer 2018 film “Guernsey”, staring critically acclaimed Lily James (Baby Driver) and Jessica Brown Findlay (Black Mirror), also utilises Airbase Ultra Foundation. Oscar nominated Ann Buchanan, head make-up artist for the film designed our much-loved Airbase Ultra formulation.
Become a fully qualified Airbase make-up artist with our one-day training course. An airbase training day is very personal, having a maximum of ten delegates. Our Pro Team trainer and educator provides you with the technical knowledge and practical application time you need to become familiar with the system, product and it’s flawless and hygienic application. Practical application covers all kinds of skin complaints from spots and blemishes, to rosacea and acne.
It’s worry free, all equipment and models are arranged by the Pro Team.
“We’ve recently refreshed our courses too. They now feature multiple ways to book on to a course. Spaces can now be booked on a “Flexible”, “Non Flexible” and “Redeemable” basis – allowing you to decide at the point of booking your level of flexibility.”
A flexible booking is cancellable and refundable in full up to 48 hours before the course takes place. You can transfer this booking to another individual (over 16 years of age) up to 24 hours before the course takes place.
A non-flexible booking is only valid for the date and venue booked and is non-transferable. In the event that you are unable to attend your booked training course, the training place will no longer valid and no refund will be given. The booking is only valid for the individual initially booked onto the course and is non-transferable.
“Redeemable bookings are great! Because they mean you get your training pretty much for free.”
Choosing a booking that is redeemable entitles you to a refund of the training fee you paid for the Airbrush Make-Up Course when you purchase a Professional Package/Kit on the day of your training, that has training included within the price, as published on our website.