Well we continue to keep busy preparing to see you all again. This week we are busy cleaning and updating parts on our 36 plus airbrushes. After sitting for a full year I figured it was a good idea to check each brush and make sure any that needed a new part got that update and tuneup. It's a chore for sure and not cheap. Airbrushes are precision instruments and the parts are expensive.
The good think about using these expensive brushes when painting on people is that we are very low contact. Just what the doctor is calling for in these pandemic recovery times. While we do have our stencil touch your skin these are all cleaned between use with 71-99% alcohol. Our brushes never touch your skin. And our artists always wear gloves. This is the way we have always done it and will continue to use safe practices.