I've totally been wanting an airbrush machine for like, a year now, but that would be a patently ridiculous purchase because who has time to use something like that every morning? I know it would be the kind of thing that I used every day for a week or two, then put in my closet, never to be seen again. (Much like the robot I BEGGED my parents for when I was a kid, which they shockingly actually bought me for Christmas. Needless to say, my sister and I played with it all the time until, oh, about New Year's Eve and then it disappeared into a basement closet, never to be heard from again). So instead of an airbrush machine, I decided to try out the new Airbrush Spray Makeup from Sally Hansen Natural Beauty Inspired By Carmindy. (Phew. That is a long product name). You don't actually spray it directly on your face, which at first I was kind of disappointed by, but then I thought about it and realized the crazy mess that would probably make with my nonexistent sense of coordination and decided that was a good thing. Instead, you spray the makeup onto your hand and then use a sponge or brush to apply it to your face. I ended up really liking this way of working because you can more easily see where you need it and adjust accordingly. The coverage is really nice - on me at least, it's sort of a medium level of coverage. It doesn't feel heavy, but it does cover the majority of my flaws (or at least make them less noticeable). It doesn't dry my skin out and it's easily blendable. The only bad thing about the application process is that it wouldn't be easy to do on the go, since you need a brush/sponge and you would have to wash your hands afterward. Then again, how many times do you really apply foundation on the go, really? Not exactly something you'd be doing on a daily basis anyway. It's also a much more budget friendly alternative to an airbrush machine at less than $15 a bottle AND you can pick it up at your local drugstore. I think my old robot would definitely approve.