Post # 1
I need a good tat cover up for the back of my neck. It’s about the size of a half dollar, right below my hairline, which is a tricky area and highly visible, so it’s gotta be a really good one.
I tried one from Ulta called Derma Blend because I had read so many fab reviews. I returned it three times before I got the perfect color match. I tried it in store, but once I got out into the natural light it wasn’t right. So then I wore it all day running errands to test it out…it was crap.
What’s another good one?
Post # 3
Dermablend covered up “Zombie Boy” (Video is worth a watch.)
I’ve never used it before, but I’ve heard fantastic things and it covered up Zombie Boy beautifully.
Post # 4
@weddingnerd: I am a HUGE fan of Hard Candy concealer: you barely need any, it stays on even if it gets wet, and it costs about $6 at Wal-Mart…one tube will last me MONTHS covering something every day (I used to have to cover a good-sized tattoo on my arm when I was a bartender). In addition, it is probably the best under-eye concealer I have ever used on anyone, period.
Here is a link so you can see what the packaging looks like:
Post # 5
@weddingnerd: I had 2 big tats on my back that I wanted to cover for my wedding. I used something called colortration. http://www.colortration.com It worked soooooo good and stayed on all day and night. Even my MUA asked where I got it. Here are some before and after pics.
Post # 6
Awesome, I will try both. Thanks!
Post # 7
Makeup Forever has a concealer called Full Cover conealer which is supposed to work well though I can’t vouch for it personally. I think Kat Von D has a concealer that’s part of her makeup line as well. Those both sell at Sephora so you can probably go try them out and see how well they work.
Post # 8
I would try the one by Kat VonDe, I hear it’s amazing
Post # 9
@weddingnerd: My ex worked at a tattoo shop and I used to hang out there a lot. I remember the guys always saying that pretty much the only good cover up tattoos are a panther or a dark rose, but they may have just been referring to American Traditional which is heavy on black lines.
ETA: LOL I just realized you meant temporary cover up! I feel dumb now!