Without a doubt, one of the great benefits associated with an airbrush makeup kit is the seamless, near-flawless appearance it will give your complexion. All Airbrush cosmetic systems are notorious for getting clogged, particularly if the incorrect type of foundation or moisturizer is used. For those new to airbrushing this may appear a little tough to take seriously but if you adhere to a handful of simple steps, you can keep your stylus and for many years compressor in great condition. It’s a difficult task how to clean your makeup airbrush.
How to clean your makeup airbrush?
First, start by unscrewing the tail on the back end of the stylus, this will expose the needle retaining bolt and needle. Then unscrew the needle retaining bolt and gently pull the needle completely out of the silence.
Using a damp paper towel or cloth clean any buildup that may be on the needle. use a cotton swab to thoroughly clean out the tip of the airbrush nozzle.
You can gently insert the needle back into the airbrush stylus, gently push the needle into place with the tip of your finger. Return the needle retaining bolt and gently tighten but do not overtighten.
Return the tail by screwing it back onto the back end of the airbrush.
With the stylus fully assembled and connected to the air compressor, place five to eight drops of water into the cup of the stylus. Turn the air compressor on and back level by covering the tip of the airbrush nozzle and pulling halfway back on the airbrush button. Take a paper towel or tissue and proceed to spray out all of the remaining water.
For a more thorough cleaning soak the airbrush components in hot water for 30 minutes. This will allow any excess buildup to loosen, then reassemble the stylus and back bubble. When done simply pour out the remaining water onto a paper towel.