I just discovered Uslu Airlines, which sounds like a new and exotic travel company. Instead, it's a line of cosmetics from makeup artist Feride Uslu, who has created looks for high-fashion magazines such as Dazed and Confused, Jalouse, The Face and Surface. Uslu's strength is her use of airbrush makeup, which creates a sheer, natural look on skin. I've never had the chance to try airbrush makeup, but I've seen the wonders it can work, so an entire line revolving around the concept is rather intriguing.
Unsurprisingly, the main product in Uslu Airlines' collection is Aer-o-Pak, a 533-Euro (approximately $725) airbrush gun that's in its second generation. I do think airbrushing does look pretty and even-toned (see my review of an airbrush tanning gun but I can't see spending $725 on such a device. However, there are a few non-airbrush products in Uslu Airlines' "flight kit" that are great. To find out what they are,
Uslu Airlines is extremely hard to find in the States, but it's stocked at Colette in Paris, and of course, you can shop online. And who knows? Maybe Uslu Airlines will land at Bliss or Sephora one of these days...