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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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"I know it's hard because we are perpetually scrutinized and criticized in this industry, but I'm begging other influencers, actors, and models to join me in not allowing airbrushing," she tweeted.
MARIA CROCE spoke to three women over 50 who are enjoying being older and don't agree with airbrushing away wrinkles.
Airbrushing has now gone so far that some pictures in magazines are more like avatars than portraits of actual people.
As one who has felt the tender touch of the airbrush herself (the white teeth and bright eyes of that picture above owe more to Mac computers than they do Mother Nature), I am torn on the issue of airbrushing.
Backing calls for controls on the use of airbrushing, he said: "I support that campaign and ...
Airbrushing in the computer age is carried out using technology such as the Photoshop programme to tweak and polish images.
For that extra creative touch, add a glow around the tattoo, add highlights to areas of emphasis (see photo), glue in tiny jewels, glitter and add drop shadows, (the blue drop shadow seen here is done by placing the stencil overtop of the green frog and lightly airbrushing a blue in only the lower half of the stencil).
But he said that airbrushing out the white stars on the knot of a candidate's tie overstepped the law's intent.
Even Kylie this week confessed that she has a dimple or two of cellulite but relies on airbrushing and good lights to make her look like a goddess.
A CLOTHES retailer has stopped airbrushing models' stretch marks.
The World Body painting Festival was a fantastic venue for Mistair to not only spread the word about the company's professional airbrush cosmetics, but also an opportunity to talk with other enthusiasts and Make-up Artists about airbrushing and the Mistair bespoke airbrush make-up courses.
However, the singer's physical appearance has since been criticised, with others claiming airbrushing was done to achieve his ripped abs.