Endura vs. Vibe Airbrush Inks

Over the years, we’ve received many request for airbrush supplies. You asked, we listened!
You can now find Vibe, Endura and ProAiire products at the Art Factory!

Today we’re going to look at Vibe vs. Endura inks for airbrushing.

Both Vibe and Endura were created by European Body Art. Made in the USA, FDA approved colors, safe for use on the skin. They are quick drying, Transfer/smudge proof, crack resistant and highly pigmented. 

Vibe is water based (first and only professional grade of it’s kind). Vibe is the safest and most demanded water based makeup for face, body painting and body art applications. Alcohol free, Solvent free and withstands water, moisture and sweat. Yet, easily removed with soap and warm water. Known for it’s high pigmentation, excellent coverage and vibrant colors. It also dries quickly with a smooth matte finish that is smudge, transfer and crack resistant. You can apply Vibe using an airbrush, brush or sponge. Vibe makeup is vegan, gluten, paraben, mica, and silicon free. Can be further sealed using EBA’s ProSeal for a completely waterproof finish. 

Endura is an alcohol based, waterproof airbrush makeup. Water, sweat and transfer proof. Rich coverage, great for blending and layering, no cracking, clog-less performance. Endura dries on contact, making it ideal for fast paced environments such as haunted houses, movie sets, theater and underwater. Works on prosthetics as well as directly on the skin. Apply Endura with an airbrush, brush or sponge. Endura is an ideal product for temporary airbrush tattoos and can last up to 7 days on the skin when applied correctly. Endura can be removed using special solvents or rubbing alcohol. Because it contains alcohol and is not easily removed, we do not recommend using on young children for face painting. For more ‘real tattoo-like results you can finish off with setting powder.

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