3 ways to get that airbrushed makeup look at home, no matter your budget
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If there's one thing we envy about the Hollywood elite, it's their access to stylists, makeup artists and hairstylists. Imagine leaving the house every day looking primped to a T, with our frizzy locks refined, our outfits on point and our skin miraculously smooth. They even look good going to the gym and schlepping around in LA heat -- how?!
Sure, it's with their names and extensive budgets that they can pull this off so effortlessly, but it seems we're at least one step closer to getting that Hollywood glow with these makeup essentials. No matter your budget, there are plenty of different ways to get that perfect airbrushed look at home.
Mineral Makeup's Mineral Air ($150) shot on our beauty radar when it relaunched in 2018, priding itself as a "completely new makeup experience." The light, hand-held device takes four crucial steps (primer, concealer, hydrator and color) and combines them into one, without the heavy layering we're used to in order to mask pimples and redness.