Post # 1
I have three tattoos, and while I love two of them, the one on my wrist was done horribly:its splotchy uneven and not at all like the picture I handed over to the "artist." I don’t want it visible on my wedding day and ultimately I’d like it gone altogether. However, its not so bad that I’m willing to resort to lasers.
For all of you other tattooed brides, have you found anything that actually works to cover them up for your wedding day? Or have you tried anything (other than lasers) that actually works to fade them?
Post # 3
You might want to check out Martini’s post on the subject: Now you see it now you don’t….or maybe not
Post # 4
Wrecking Ball is really good!
Post # 5
Have you considered wearing a cuff style bracelet to cover the tattoo?
Post # 6
Gloves? A bracelet? I don’t suggest makeup as a coverup on your wrist because it will end up on the gown…
Have you ever thought about going to a real artist to have a coverup done? Maybe if you got it re-inked you’d be stoked to show it off!
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor
This might be a bit much, but is there another design you’d rather have there instead? I’ve seen pretty great tattoos that are actually covering up older, unwanted tattoos. But that could be an expensive option and not worth it if you’d rather not have a tattoo on your wrist.
Post # 8
This stuff always works the best for me. I have a tattoo on my foot that I cover for work reasons in the summer.
Post # 9
My Fiance used wrecking ball… he liked it (while he used it…) and it seemed to be getting alot lighter then it used to be. Then he slacked off with using it. There’s apparently a tattoo removal solution that he’s going to have done next time we’re in Indy that is supposed to break up the tattoo and let the ink ‘bleed’ out…
Post # 10
I second the idea of wearing a bracelet over it rather than using makeup (if you can’t get a cream to fade it). Any cover up will definitely end up where you least want it.
Post # 11
Sephora carries a tattoo concealer by Kat Von D. I tried it on a few scars and it seems to work pretty good.