As more make-up artists discover Airbase, it is now regularly used in the unforgiving world of high definition (HD) TV and film. The latest technological advance on the screen has proved to be a step too far for traditional film and TV make-ups that are no longer "flawless" enough.
Airbase was designed by an Oscar-nominated make-up artist for professionals and is regularly used by herself and her associates on film sets of large Hollywood movies. She carefully chose the shades so that all skin tones could be matched and was insistent that a good quality high definition make-up must have a silicone base.
Airbase is proven to be the ideal solution to this new problem that is facing professional make-up artists.Make-up artists on Britain's Got Talent, Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor also love the ease and speed of the Airbase Airbrush and the on-screen talent love the flawless finish in this high definition era.
"Airbase is always in my make-up bag! Easy application and natural finish that stands up to the heat of studio lights"
Liz Martins, X Factor Make-up Director
Celebrity Make-up Artist and hair stylist Lisa Laudat, whose clients include Girls Aloud, Christine Bleakley and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, says...
"I swear by Airbase airbrush make-up, it is amazing! Airbase's quick application, using a light-weight compressor and airbrush gun, makes life a lot easier and the blendable, breathable foundations have real staying power being both water and heat resistant - ideal in the studio, on location or on the dance floor"
Lisa Laudat, Celebrity Make-up Artist
Airbase is commonly used by make-up artists on ITV, BBC and SKY productions.