Airbrushing

Painting by means of a small, highly controllable mechanical paint- sprayer. The method was first used in the graphic and commercial arts to achieve a smooth, polished finish, and was later adopted by certain practitioners of the fine arts, especially those affiliated to "POP" Art.
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Airbrushing

A technique used to apply a variety of makeup (e.g. foundations, blusher, eye brows, temporary tattoos, tanning colours, colouring special effects) using an air compressor and an airbrush. The compressor pushes the liquid makeup product through the airbrush’s nozzle to create a fine mist of tiny droplets, which settle on the skin.
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