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As a new artist it was challenging to find paying work so, bridal was a great way to do what I loved and be paid for it. At the time every bridal trade show and magazine highly recommended airbrush makeup to their clientele. To stay competitive I decided it was a skill I had to learn.
That was when I was finally signed to a makeup agency. I felt like I had finally achieved a lifelong goal.
One of the biggest mistakes I see when other artists airbrush is their application speed. Unlike traditional foundation which you apply and blend away with airbrush if you start to see it you've applied too much. I tend to move very fast across a face with wide circular motions, stand back assess the coverage then build more layers.
That has to be my favorite brush which is a fluffy ponytail brush. I use it to contour, highlight, powder and touchup.
Some of my favorites are Pat McGrath, Billie B and Scott Barnes.
Chapstick, my cellphone (even if there was no signal) and chocolate.
I'm loving Betsey Johnson and Marc Jacobs latest collections.
Like the Ombre hair trend I feel women are embracing beauty that is not perfect – fuller/bushier brows, less plumped lips and skin that shows texture.