Makeup Ideas to Cover Tattoos without aTattoo Removal
If you're currently unable to purchase tattoo removal creams or get a laser tattoo removal, you can cover your tattoo with makeup that's specifically designed for covering your tattoo. There are several situations in which tattoo makeup would benefit you. If you just started a new job and your boss doesn't favor visible tattoos, you can use the tattoo makeup to cover it. Or if you can't afford a laser tattoo removal but you're saving up for the procedure, the tattoo makeup will help you temporarily. Or if you're attending a wedding or funeral, you can wear the tattoo makeup to cover it. One type of tattoo makeup is airbrush makeup and this comes in various shades and colors. Airbrush makeup also adds shine to your skin. When you shop for tattoo makeup, choose a color that blends with your original tattoo's color and your skin's natural color. You may need to mix different colors in order to get the right shade. Another thing you should do is spot test the makeup on your tattoo to determine if it's a good fit. If you're unsure of which brand to get, ask the clerk or bring someone with you.
When wearing the tattoo makeup, don't wear bright-colored or white clothing if you're attending a function because the makeup may get on your clothing. If you get tattoo makeup on your clothing, you can spray some liquid remover on it, rub it then put it in the washing machine. If you have sensitive skin, look for tattoo makeup that's suited for this type of skin and that's hypoallergenic so you won't irritate your skin. If you have oily skin, choose an oil-free tattoo makeup. It's best to start with a thin layer of makeup on the tattoo then gradually add heavier layers to it.
If you're new to wearing tattoo makeup, there are ways to learn about applying it to your tattoo. One way to do this is ask friends who use tattoo makeup and get their suggestions. You can also read beauty articles about using tattoo makeup. Sometimes you'll see TV news reports from feature reporters about tattoo makeup and how to apply it. Another source is online blogs about beauty because you'll find many tattoo-related articles. The department store clerk may also be able to help you purchase the right tattoo makeup.
Because tattoo makeup is for temporary purposes, you'll still have the old tattoo there but the tattoo makeup will cover it until you're able to permanently fade the tattoo. Choose a tattoo makeup that best suits your skin tone, and experiment with different colors until you find a blend that will be the most effective.
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