You may be under the impression that the closer you get the nozzle to your skin, the more concentrated and pigmented the application will be. Not true!
"If you're spraying it too close, the makeup is just going to drip off," Jade explained. Think of an airbrush makeup device like a bottle of hair spray: spritz from a distance, and the product will mist out perfectly over your canvas. Spraying from just a few centimeters away will give you a wet, sticky mess.
"The trick I use is taking my hand and holding the device at least five fingers away from my face," she told us. "That will be your marker, so that when you do spray, it will spray evenly onto the skin for a perfect application."