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Difference b/w HD & Airbrush Makeup

Planning for a wedding can be an overwhelming issue for some as there is so much to do for this grand function.

Just forget everything for a while and concentrate on the type of makeup you wanna apply for your special day.

There are many makeup styles but the most common types of Makeup which are preferred by the most brides and brides to be are HD or Airbrush Makeup.

Airbrush Makeup

As the name suggests, Airbrush makeup is light weighted & is applied with the help of an air gun machine and a makeup compressor. It produces a very thin layer of makeup, creating a matte finishing to the face. Amazing for the brides with oily skin type, as the silicon-based makeup stays the whole day long.

There are several advantages of using airbrush makeup as it takes much less time to apply. It has the ability to withstand any season (winter, rainy or sunny weather conditions).  If you've got a hydrated, moisturized skin, then this makeup will look great on you. Most importantly, it provides you a healthy looking glowy skin which every female desire for.

HD Makeup

HD defines “High-definition Makeup” which comes to the market with the arrival of HD Camera lens. As it becomes difficult for a makeup artist to hide imperfections of their clients, so a new technique known as HD Makeup come in the makeup industry.

Sheerer while still hiding uneven texture and other flaws, HD Makeup is often made to moisturize as it can settle down into cracks and creases of dry skin.

Most importantly, it blends perfectly with the skin. So, it is no longer the secret weapon of TV stars alone.

As there is no rule, one can carry whatever bridal makeup style she wants.

Get your bridal makeup professionally done by Professional Makeup Artist in Delhi and stay beautiful while looking glamorous the whole wedding day.

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