Airbrush Underwear: 3 Editors Tried It—Here's Our Honest Review



As the recipient of hundreds of emails every day, it's not often a subject line manages to prod me into action. But when the words "airbrush underwear" popped up a few weeks ago, I fell for the bait and instantly clicked in to find out more. While I can't pretend to possess the largest underwear collection, I'm obsessive about the brands and styles I wear. I recoil at briefs that bunch, scratch, or ride up, and I've done a lot of testing to find styles that more or less make it feel like I have nothing on at all.

This new airbrush underwear is the creation of Alo, a brand that offers yoga pants that already have a celebrity cult following (and that pioneered the nude legging trend that's been everywhere this past year). The underwear is designed with raw edges to keep from any digging and is made with a four-way stretch fabric that's also moisture-wicking. Sounds promising, no?

I enrolled the help of two other members of the editorial team to put them to the test and to see if they really lived up to the "airbrush" hype. Did they stay put? Did they leave lines? Could I survive a workout in them? Below, our three proverbial guinea pigs (myself included) share our honest review of the underwear, so read on to check it all out and to shop the underwear along with similar styles.

Now you're all set to try airbrush underwear too.