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Airbrush or Traditional

So I have been hearing very conflicting stories about the two. I realize it may be personal preference from the makeup artist but I just want to make sure my makeup stays on all night and does not start to shine throughout the night. I have naturally oily skin so I'm used to having to touch up my make-up, which is ok with me on the night of my wedding, I just don't want to make sure the make-up doesn't make my face shine, as some foundations I have used in the past have.

Does anyone have any recommendations for oily skin, or preferences towards airbrush or traditional?
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