Dinair : Air Brush Makeup System

10 Reviews

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January 16, 2013


Able to go over small dry patches without making them stand out too much.
Is ok for healthy skin.
The air gun and compressor are just fine to use.


Colors are not very good(they go orange quickly and badly).
Not a good match for pale skin ... Yes even the lightest shade is too dark and too orange.
Not good for ppl with aging skin ie wrinkles or around the eyes as it sits in moves and its collected by lines.
Hot spots are easy to make and a pain to fix. Won't cover blemishes easily, even with the jar of orangey concealer they give you ... They turn a bluish gray.
Breaks me out all over.
Doesn't come off well even if you use makeup remov

Dinair isn't for everyone and just because I don't like their foundation doesn't mean they won't be great for you. If you need some makeup help I suggest visiting YouTube and searching Wayne Goss, pixiewoo and Cassandra Bankson.
December 12, 2012


Covers active acne better than standard makeup
Fades less quickly than standard makeup
Don't have to rub hands on face to apply


Expensive - $200 for the compressor
Takes about 10 - 15 minutes to apply foundation
Coverage not much better than standard makeup (can still see blemishes after applying and applying too much causes a cakey look)
Has to be cleaned after every application

If you have money to burn, then give Dinair a try. It's not a bad makeup, but certainly not the miracle, "makeup of the stars" they boast about on tv. The coverage is better for active zits and scabs than other makeup I've tried, but after awhile, it looks discolored compared to the skin next to it (using regular or the paramedical type). The model they use in the ads with acne has baby-fine acne, which any makeup can typically cover better than a cyst breakout. I'm disappointed in this product, but I can't say it's bad--it's just not as good as advertised.
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