More precise than spray paint, an airbrush is ideal for fine art, murals, nail art, automotive designs, and stenciling. There are several types of airbrushes, and classification depends on where the paint reservoir is located in relation to the brush tip. Unlike a gravity-feed model, which places the reservoir above and behind the tip, a siphon-feed airbrush positions the reservoir below the brush tip, which allows artists to see over the top of the brush as they work. Also, a siphon-feed reservoir usually holds more paint than a gravity-feed reservoir, making it more advantageous for large-scale projects. Browse our selection of siphon-feed airbrushes below to find the best product for you.
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