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The Sally Hansen Airbrush Face Make Up: Yay or Nay?

My obsession with light weight make ups leads me in finding products that I could use daily, not time consuming and effortlessly natural. If I’ll be lucky enough, a budget friendly one would be a big bonus. Just recently that I found out that Sally Hansen famous for their leg airbrush has came up with another revolutionary Airbrush Face Makeup. On the website it says:

photo taken from the Sally Hansen website

Uniquely designed airbrush delivery system expels a cool, extra-fine mist for a flawless finish. Our exclusive formula is weightless, with micro-fine pigments that blend onto skin beautifully and won’t settle into pores, lines or wrinkles. Apply a small amount for a light veil of coverage or build up more for greater coverage. Comes in 6 natural shades to match your skin tone!

The benefits includes:

  • Oil-free
  • Evens out skin tone
  • Minimizes look of pores
  • Long wearing
  • For all skin types

What’s good about airbrush formula is that you could have a more even finish. Another point is that it doesn’t settle into pores, lines and wrinkles unlike the traditional foundation. So persons like me who freaks out on my wee under eye lines, this is a tick on my list.
Another tick would be the oil-free formula. Me having a combination oily skin, I really dislike it when my make up speeds the oil production on my face.
On my perspective, I believe that airbrush makeup is something that you wouldn’t be afraid of building. The light coverage helps for the product to sit evenly on your skin without worries of being cakey.
My only qualm would be the application. Though according to reviews, this product is easy to apply. Against my better judgement of how I could handle the application pushes me aback. Though this could be handled with thorough practice and right tools, I’m settled.
Price is roughly at $13 vs $22 and $62 (other leading brands)

Have you tried using Sally Hansen Face Airbrush Makeup or any of it’s kind? What are your thoughts?


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23 thoughts on “The Sally Hansen Airbrush Face Make Up: Yay or Nay?

      1. That is so awesome! I have a Sally Hansen store like 15 minutes away from me I’m definitely going to go this weekend Xo

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  1. These “airbrush” foundations are so gimmicky! I bought the Sephora version after so many people raved about the Dior one, and the Sephora one is supposed to be a dupe. It’s not like you can just spray the foundation directly from the can onto the face! It’s really messy and gets onto lashes, brows, lips etc. The only way really is to spray it onto your hands and then use a buffing brush. So how is that any different than other foundations? Such a gimmick! πŸ˜›


    1. I know! Lol. I remember my friend who sprayed it directly to her face. That’s my concern also. But I guess my liking to this product could surpass this. The seamless finish just promises me too much. πŸ˜‰ Like I would have a whole day sit down on this, finding tricks to make it easier. By then I have to live by the saying, “If there’s a will, there’s a way.” πŸ˜€


    1. Lol! If you don’t have a steady hands you might end up as an early contender for the Halloween!
      All you need is practice. But if you don’t have that ample of time in your hands I suggest you just do it on a weekend night out.:-)

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