One of the many things about airbrush makeup that I love is the fact that it is a pretty sanitary way to do your makeup. However, just because the brush does not touch your face it does not mean that the brush does not require cleaning. When you do airbrush makeup at home, much like your traditional brushes, cleaning falls on you.
Taking the airbrush apart can be a little intimidating the first couple of times but after you've done it a few times, you'll be old hat. You will also find that a deep cleaning as represented in this video isn't required after every use. I typically pull my airbrush apart every 2 weeks but I also airbrush several times a day as I record airbrush makeup reviews & share airbrush makeup techniques for the blog, the youtube channel & the newsletter.
I hope these instructions were pretty straightforward, if you have any questions or run into issues, please reach out. I will do what I can to answer your questions and what I don't know, I will research and find out for you.