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airbrush

an atomizer for spraying paint or varnish by means of compressed air

airbrush

[′er‚brəsh]
(graphic arts)
A pencil-shaped air gun that fine-sprays paint; used in retouching photographs and in shading drawings.

airbrush

airbrush
A small tool used for the fine-spray application of paint, dye, watercolor pigment, or ink by compressed air.
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Not gonna lie Justin Bieber looks really good in his Calvin Klein shoot, but his abs are definitely airbrushed or photoshopped on.
You will remember that embarrassing airbrushed poster of the prime Minister before the General Election.
Airbrushed images of models are giving children and young people a false view of how "normal" people look, and are creating a unhealthy environment where we are not valuing individuals who are perceived as "less than perfect".
In Cardiff, the sun-shy can be airbrushed at Cuticles by Su-Do Technician Mandy Roberts for pounds 20 per tan.
The more colors you add, the more money you'll spend, says airbrush artist Justin Zachary, who has airbrushed barbed-wire arm bands on everybody from young teens to baby boomers.
Airbrushed fabricated nails, where color is applied to a nail, and a design is then stenciled onto the nail, are also developing a strong following.
His airbrushed likenesses deliver a rush of giddy pleasure, like a whiff of laughing gas.
They had seen T-shirt artists creating airbrushed shirts in shops on our local boardwalk and in the mall, and had seen artwork in airbrush magazines.
BA: Yeah, a vortex, And the image of Richard Serra is all airbrushed, right?
The black 2005 Chevrolet Avalanche dramatically features historic Raider highlights airbrushed onto the vehicle on all four sides and hood.
Lauren said: "It had been airbrushed out and hadn't been done well.
London, May 11 ( ANI ): Teenage girls are increasingly getting their own photographs airbrushed because of pressure to look like models, a report has revealed.