whoa O.O hmmmm i work with air burshes this quarter at school (art institute of pittsburgh) and i love it, i use a dual action though, but for make up those single action ones they sell are better cuz it will give a nice even flow of paint/make up, but you don't have to buy those you know 0.o do you know about air brushes? if not make sure to do a bit of homework, ANY air brush can be used to apply make up, you just have to buy the special make up, which is widely available at many websites just find a good air brush first, i use a paasche air brush but there are many good brands such as badger and iwata. find a good single action air brush, a good one will run about 100 to 150 dollars but will come with multiple needles (controls spray width which you will want with make up applications ) and bottles and a hose, then buy the air brush make up and compressor separately and it will cost you about the same in total and end up with more than that kit offered =D plus the make up sold by them selves is usually in bigger bottles, look around a bit more and see what the total would be if you bought it all separately then if you bought that kit, make sure to shop around! because I've never heard of that brand Luminess i don't know if that air brush is better than any of the other brands i mentioned = \ might be but really all you need to do is take good care of your air brush , clean it often with fluid and such make sure to read all directions and such, they require a quick run with cleaning fluid after about 15 minutes of spraying to make sure it doesn't start spurting ... not sure what else to say 0.o..... any questions? =D lol
thought of more to say >.>
there are different types of air brush, bottom feed, side feed, and gravity feed, that means how the medium is fed if the make up/ paint / whatever is drawn from the side, top, or bottom, i prefer the bottom with a bottle, then that open kind the Luminess has, because that might spill if something happens, and the bottle will hold it well, it wont make any difference in the quality of the application,
OH! check hobby stores in your area, the kind that sell model kits, i saw the one i own there first but bought it at my schools store for a little cheaper. but year Iwata Badger and Paashe are some pretty good brand names to look for.
oh yeah that compressor make sure its for make up and not just regular airbrush, in the Luminess it says it has the three compression speeds, model kit airbrush and make up airbrush differ in air compressions a bit, or so ive been told, ( i have never personally used air brush make up, but have read up on it)
heres another option, has 12 colors is a good respectable brand and is a little less than the luminess http://www.thetanningstore.com/Produ...uctid=ABMKUPSK
that was just an example to show you of the different kits you could get so you would look around a bit before you buy =3