Airbrush Routine

Hey, this went up last night, but I forgot to post the link… Here ya go!

  1. #1 by kay k on May 5, 2011 - 11:05

    nice job sam. i actually like the results before the powder. but then again, i’m really into the dewy look even though i’m an oil pot. is that a real technique brush you’re using in the beginning by sam chapman? i think i recognize it. 🙂

  2. #3 by Fefe on May 5, 2011 - 11:53

    Do you recommend this Temptu or the consumer one sold in Sephora? I think if I do invest in one of these systems, it’ll be similar to what you just showed us. I’m doing photography and I think being able to blend colors would be very beneficial for me so I can use this system on my clients too.

    • #4 by finallyindigo on May 10, 2011 - 13:22

      If you do anything professional, then definitely go for the pro one. The consumer one is nice, but you have no option to blend, no access to different brands or formulations of products, it’s not very portable (doesn’t come with a case), the gun and hose are definitely cheaper, and the products for it are much much more expensive than their pro counterparts.

  3. #5 by Anonymous on May 5, 2011 - 22:03

    The new hair suits you, looks great! 😉

  4. #6 by Samantha on May 13, 2011 - 17:25

    no offense but your skin is quite red. I would recommend using less harsh products as you may be irritating it.

  5. #7 by Bun Bun Makeup Tips on May 14, 2011 - 08:39

    I like your room! Such sleep-inducing colors… =)

  6. #8 by Adrienne on May 23, 2011 - 14:13

    Thanks for the demo! Someday i’m totally going to invest in one of these, i’m not usually a big spender when it comes to cosmetics (i work in a department store so i get my discount, but i usually buy lower price point items and cosmetic outlets are my best friends). My first real spend will be a Clarisonic, then down the line an airbrush kit. The results you got from the Temptu look amazing, i can tell its definitely worth the money!

    Also, I think we’re skin twins or something, lol. I have very oily skin, especially t-zone and top of my cheeks, huge pores of course, but yet my undereyes get really dry. My face can’t make up it’s mind…

  7. #9 by skimmilk on July 23, 2011 - 23:46

    What is the big container of the powder you used to set your makeup with?

    • #10 by finallyindigo on July 24, 2011 - 03:41

      RCMA No-Color Powder. Absolutely fantastic stuff. I’m going to feature it in my upcoming Summer Favorites video. I’ll probably also do a standalone review if people want.

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