Post # 1
and got this really ugly tattoo on my left shoulder blade when I was 17. I have been in the process of having it removed, but its hurts like hell, and was expensive, and I was lacking time for the appointments. so basically, now I am stuck with a partially removed hideous thing on my back!! I know my photographer can remove it in the photos. But, I feel ridiculous. Does anyone know of a really good cover up that actually works?
Post # 3
I have a tattoo on my shoulder blade as well. I like my tattoo but my family are really traditional and just don’t want to put up with comments on our wedding day. I have been doing some research and some people have success with Dermablend. I just found out they carried it at Ulta so I plan on making a trip out there and see if they can try to cover it up for me before I purchase it for the big day. Would love to hear what others have used and what worked for them.
Post # 4
I second Dermablend. Make sure you get the setting power with it so it won’t smudge.
Post # 5
Well, I actually have 5 tattoos. the rest you can’t see…I like them, but this one is literally a grayish mess right now! I will look into dermablend! thanks!
Post # 6
There is a stage makeup company called Ben Nye that also carries a kit. It is a little bit more heavy duty than regular street makeup. You can usually buy it online. Just make sure to powder REALLY well.
Post # 7
My friend’s sister had one on her shoulder blade too…she ended up "glueing" on crystals along the lines of the tattoo…but hers was a flower…I don’t know what yours look like!
Post # 8
I’m glad I didn’t have to write a post about this One of my "lovely" BMs decided to get a tattoo on her arm…. starting at the shoulders all the way down to her elbow!!! <–It was a tattoo in honor of a friend that passed. I know plenty of ways to mourn the lost of a loved one but getting a hugh tattoo up and down your arm was not one of them. Anyways… I will look into getting this for her. Thanks for the tip
Post # 9
time balm from sephora is a good concealer- I’m not sure on tatoos but it does wonders on my face. . .