Post # 1
I promised pics, this is what Dermablend is like. I only did a quick coat, and I have decided after getting home I need a slightly lighter shade (I was in between, and this matched PERFECTLY in the store lighting) and I need to work on my application skill, but I’m pleased with how well it covers & doesn’t rub off:
Hope this helps some of you that were needing reviews/results for cover ups. I recommend this over the Kat Von D stuff, I have some and didn’t get this level of coverage out of it. I would definitely say you need to check it in outside light when your consultant applies it, or you may end up like me, it matched great in the store, but not so great outside. Overall, well worth the $55 for the 2 step system!
Post # 3
Whoa! I’m going to be showing my tattoo off during the wedding but this is good to know. I have hops & vines on my shoulder so I imagine there’ll be some occassion someday that would call for covering that bad boy up.
Post # 4
@subjunctivitis: I know, I was pretty excited how well it worked. I feel like I can use it to cover up for professional reasons now if I want, and not have to wear long sleeves all the time.
Post # 5
I’ve got a tattoo that derma blend won’t cover up. It’s very dark red and black and it is still visible through the derma blend. Grateful for any recommendations of other heavy-duty products!
Post # 6
@fishbone: Weird, it covers my black/red/blue one on my chest. Did you try blocking it out with red lipstick first? I know the red neutralizes the black under product and makes it not visible, not sure about which color neutralizes red though, maybe a light pink/peach? If that doesn’t work you might want to try Cover FX.
ETA: green toned concealer for red hues, my bad! http://www.beautylish.com/a/vmyig/how-to-cover-up-a-tattoo has some good info!