Airbrushes are no different to any other medium in the art world. Unless you are familiar with airbrushes, much like charcoal or pastels or indeed anything else that you might use to create wonderful images then you will be slightly unfamiliar with the many different types of art that you can create with this particular medium. Using airbrushes for nails and detailed finger nail art is by no means a new concept, but it might be a fairly new one to you.
In fact, if you were to sit and do a google search on all things airbrush related, there is a very good chance that you would struggle to find much more than a detailed history of the product, one which refers directly to the more popular uses for airbrushes over the years. However, there is a very good chance that you already know full well that airbrushes can be used to create high quality murals or touch up old photographs, whilst there are other, perhaps more modern uses for airbrushes out there, uses such as nail art and other make up techniques.
Using airbrushes for make-up is something which has proven to be very popular and much like the first time that someone decided to put something other than military information on the internet (which was the original use of the world wide web, believe it or not), the first time someone used an airbrush for the application of make-up, safe to say that they never looked back and the world has slowly caught up with this forward thinking pioneer, whoever that might have been. But beyond the application of actual make-up, there are other cosmetic uses for airbrushes which are proving to be very popular.
For starters, if you or anyone you know has ever been for a professional fake tan application, then there is little doubt that an airbrush would have been used to apply said product. Yes, there are thousands of possible uses for an airbrush and art is merely a drop in the ocean in many ways.