Hey Quinetta, you can try the Sephora brand airbrush spray foundation (aerosol can). It will give the same results, the same pros and cons as the airbrush/cartridge setups… but much cheaper. This will give you an good idea if the pros are worth the cons, without the investment.
Try it and see if you like it. If you have dry skin, airbrushing MU may flake faster than traditional cream foundation. At the end of the day, any makeup foundation is more about technique than anything else. While airbrush may seem quick and easy, there’s more of a setup, so you don’t get overspray in your hair and clothes, something you don’t have to worry about with traditional foundations.
But it’s flawless finish (again, more important is the surface you put it on obviously) and lightweight and buildable for more coverage, and durable throughout the day because of silicones it needs to be sprayable.
Great for weddings though when you’re the bride and everybody’s hugs are a risk factor to messing up your makeup. Touchups are a little harder though.