Homemade Airbrush Foundation & Mixing Medium





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Published on May 3, 2012

(Level: Airbrushers) Want to learn how to make your own longwearing airbrush foundation? Here's how. The first part is making the airbrush mixing medium. From here on out, you can use the medium to create airbrush blush, bronzers, eye shadow, etc. The later part is making airbrush foundation using mineral makeup. I also demonstrated how to test for coverage by applying on my birthmark. If it covers that, Im happy! EnJoy!

Products used:
Bottled Water
Finishing Spray (not setting spray) - I used LiquiSet in this video. You can use Model in Bottle, All Nighter, Skindinavia. Note: FIX Plus is a refresher spray, and not a finishing spray.

To make the homemade airbrush foundation, I used Purely Cosmetics mineral foundation in CORNSILK as my colorant. But any mineral foundation brand that matches your skin tone works.

To know more about Refresher vs Setting vs Finishing Spray, I have a video explaining that in details. Look it up in my video list.

TIP: In this video I added finishing spray to the mixture, so that I dont have to spray later. You can use this trick to your already existing airbrush foundation, so that its built-in to the product. One less item off your airbrush kit.

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No one paid me to make this video. I am not affiliated with the brands/products used.


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