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GlamAire™ HD AirBrush Makeup - 1 oz. Bottle

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High Definition, Silicone-Free, water-based Airbrush Foundation, formulated for superior coverage, durability, and comfort.
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GlamAire™ HD Airbrush Makeup 1 oz. / 35 ml  Professional Make-Up Artist Shades

Graftobian has worked closely with Hollywood makeup artist Brad Look and his peers to create this Water based, Silicone Free, Airbrush makeup range of shades in a special formulation that yields durable coverage, comfort and color while also offering an alcohol free product. The actors on which Brad has used Graftobian Makeup have been impressed with the pleasing feel of the product. The camera personnel as well as the viewers are delighted with the natural, non-glossy look of the product. Whether you are using Airbrush Makeup for the nightly news anchor; the leading lady in a drama; big time film productions or just your own daily wear makeup, Graftobian GlamAire Airbrush Make-up will outperform and be more cost effective than whatever else you have tried. Each shade of the GlamAire airbrush makeup is also available in our Hi-Def Glamour Cremes. This concept was introduced by Hollywood Makeup Artist Brad Look, and allows artists to use both media on the same face without having to try to match shades manually. 

The MAC, RCMA, Cinema Secrets, Visora or Black Opal equivalent to each color is given. M stands for MAC, R for RCMA, C for Cinema Secrets, V for Visora, B for Black Opal. {For instance the color "Pecan" Appears as: "Pecan, Eq: B:Hazel Nut", which is short for "Pecan, Equivalent: Black Opal:Hazel Nut"} No more than one equivalent color is listed per Graftobian color.

Shades are separated into [W] Warm, [C] Cool, & [N] Neutral classifications for your convenience (Thanks to Suzanne Patterson). The color chart generally flows from lightest to darkest within each classification.

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