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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Quick and Easy Tattoo Covering!

This is a bit of a random tutorial! More of a practicality than anything else! 
I have a lot of weddings in the summer and many brides have beautiful tattoos that sometimes the rest of the family don't really appreciate. I am asked, more often than not, to cover the tatts for them! 

So I thought because it is asked of me so often, there must be quite a few people that need a little OR big tattoo covered from time to time for special occasions, job interviews etc. 

Well, here is how you do it!

The things you need are:

* A synthetic cosmetic sponge...

* A Setting spray would be great! I love Urban Decay All Nighter Spray  so that it stays put!

*A good concealer (a couple of shades lighter than your natural skintone)

(Cream concealers are great as they are heavy... like MAC Studio Finish Concealer  or 

*A good foundation such as MAC Face and Body Foundation 


*Then all you need to do is set it with a bit of powder! You can use any powder you want, but these are the ones that I like!

or just a good translucent powder will work...

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