Filed under: Cosmetics and Fragrance
It's not very often that we feature makeup on this site (unless it's a makeup bracelet), but this is a development that must be covered: For 28 years, Temptu has been airbrushing makeup onto celebrities, models, and socialites for movies, TV shows, magazine covers, fashion shows, and more, and now? You're going to have that luxury available in your own home -- you're going to be able to airbrush yourself.
This is no under-the-table, infomercial-fueled waste of time; the kits will be on sale at Sephora in September with the tagline "Flawless pro results, without the pro" and an educated staff member to show you how to use it.
I had the pleasure of not only seeing the kit demonstrated but of being airbrushed myself, and I have to say: there is a difference. No lines that need blending, no excess makeup -- you can easily adjust the spray-level to apply more or less makeup -- and the coverage is truly flawless. Airbrushing is not only the method Temptu used to make "The Stepford Wives" look perfect, they also created Rebecca Romijn's Mystique in "X-Men" (in which she was all blue and scaly). Airbrush makeup is serious. And it doesn't look like makeup.