Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hard to Cover Tattoos or Scars? - Dinair Paramedical Makeup Review

Hi Bellas,

I'm back with another review! You all know that I have already reviewed Dinair Airbrush foundation and their compressor system. I also had a chance to try out their Paramedical Line. If you have hard to cover scars, tattoos, skin conditions...this product is for you!


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I was sent about 5 shades of this line to test out.  They are all in my skin tone range so I was able to find an easy color match.  In my kit, sometimes I need something a bit more heavy duty.  Particularly, I find myself airbrushing brides with tattoos.  Typically, I would find myself using Temptu's Dura Based Makeup - it does work really well and tattoo coverage lasts for days.

But what do I do when a client has something like a Port Wine stain on her face...or vitiligo?  The Dura makeup is too much for the sensitive facial skin - and it just doesn't look natural.  I find that the Dinair Airbrush Makeup works awesome for this purpose.  Please note that the Dinair Paramedical Line not only works well for concealing facial issues, but it does also work for Tattoo Cover - the best of both worlds!



The formula is made for hard to cover areas...and is extremely budge and water proof.  I airbrushed myself and found that it is high coverage but still has a nice finish.  This is great for those of you with acne scarring or who just need a heavy duty foundation.  The same goes for makeup artists who need variety in their airbrush makeup offerings.

You can find the paramedical line at www.airbrushmakeup.com.

FTC Disclosure:  Product provided for review.  I am not affiliated with the company and not paid to write this review.  These are my honest thoughts and opinoins.

2 comments:

Vanessa said...

Hi mama! Just wanted to say hello! Miss you!

Charlotte O. said...

Hi there! I want to use this machine and product to cover up a tattoo on my side ribs. I am a professional dancer/ cheerleader and need for the makeup to not budge underneath my uniform and poms. How easily does it come off when being rubbed by fabric or hands?