So I have never been a fan of airbrushed makeup

  So I have never been a fan of airbrushed makeup because every time I’ve had it done (by a pro), it looked like full foundation Photoshop . What I always look for in a foundation experience is something that creates  just the right amount of evenness  - not actual coverage - so that you still see the natural variations in your skin’s tone coming through. Anything else is just fake looking.    At home airbrush stuff also always seemed really phony to me - because the air in the device isn’t as powerful as the pro ones so you might as well just mist on some aerosol foundation or whatever - what’s the diff. But, something good actually appeared on our desk.     Mineral Air  is a little guy that evenly distributes a liquid mineral foundation.          Something about the combo of the foundation itself, which is this ultra-ultra-light liquid, and the device, which really does spray a very fine mist and not a lot of it either  (you can obviously spray over the same area a few times to build coverage) was really genius. I just misted it over my face and patted my face with the palm of clean hands (this is a total Pat McGrath move), and peaced out. It comes with a brush but I didn’t need it.   The foundation comes in a range of shades up through a deep tone, and  it’s really easy to customize your own blend .  Ignore how whack the website looks - the product quality is excellent and I feel super lucky that I have this in my life.      Does This  : Delivers a seamless and even application of mineral foundation    Is This  :  Mineral Air- Airbrush     Get This  :  Mineral Air    Price  :  $219.70     Image Source: Teen Vogue, product c/o the brand

So I have never been a fan of airbrushed makeup because every time I’ve had it done (by a pro), it looked like full foundation Photoshop. What I always look for in a foundation experience is something that creates just the right amount of evenness - not actual coverage - so that you still see the natural variations in your skin’s tone coming through. Anything else is just fake looking.


At home airbrush stuff also always seemed really phony to me - because the air in the device isn’t as powerful as the pro ones so you might as well just mist on some aerosol foundation or whatever - what’s the diff. But, something good actually appeared on our desk.

Mineral Air is a little guy that evenly distributes a liquid mineral foundation.

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Something about the combo of the foundation itself, which is this ultra-ultra-light liquid, and the device, which really does spray a very fine mist and not a lot of it either (you can obviously spray over the same area a few times to build coverage) was really genius. I just misted it over my face and patted my face with the palm of clean hands (this is a total Pat McGrath move), and peaced out. It comes with a brush but I didn’t need it.


The foundation comes in a range of shades up through a deep tone, and it’s really easy to customize your own blend. Ignore how whack the website looks - the product quality is excellent and I feel super lucky that I have this in my life.

Does This: Delivers a seamless and even application of mineral foundation 
Is This: Mineral Air- Airbrush 
Get This: Mineral Air
Price: $219.70

Image Source: Teen Vogue, product c/o the brand