Tattoo Concealer

What is a Tattoo Concealer l Choose the Best Tattoo Cover up Concealer

Tattoo Concealer Info + Tips

Tattoo Concealer - Tattoo Undercover and Alibi - DIY

Tattoo Concealer - Tattoo Undercover and Alibi - DIY

A concealer or color corrector is a type of makeup used to mask pimples, dark circles and other small blemishes visible on the skin. A tattoo concealer, often referred to as a tattoo cover up makeup, is a type of tattoo makeup and can come in different forms as a makeup product used specifically to cover up tattoos and hide them from being seen. The makeup can be a concealer or a liquid foundation used to cover up tattoos. Bottom line is when you want to use a tattoo concealer you need to be sure your tattoo will be completely hidden and remain that way for the entire time that you want it to. There’s nothing worse than going through all of the effort to conceal your tattoo, only to find that it did not work and your time was wasted. Makeup that is not applied correctly always looks messy and unprofessional. A visible tattoo covered in messy makeup still shows effort, but ultimately still looks unprofessional.

Most tattoo concealer products are liquid foundation make up products that are often made at a thinner consistency than what a true tattoo cover up makeup should be so they can also be used to cover up skin imperfections and blemishes on the face. This often creates difficulties when trying to conceal large tattoos or tattoos with vibrant inks, as a tattoo concealer with thinner consistency does not effectively hide vibrant tattoo inks. A tattoo cover up concealer with a thinner consistency requires more applications, which will require more product, incurring a larger makeup cost. Ferbs Cosmetics’ tattoo concealer uses specific minerals that reflect light away from the makeup and ultimately the tattoo, further preventing your tattoo from being seen when you don’t want it to.

In case you were wondering, Ferbs Cosmetics tattoo cover up products can definitely still be used on your face. :) We suggest you do so carefully in moderation so you avoid break outs in the skin and keep your skin looking it’s best. (And in every case, if you ever experience irritation using a cosmetic product stop using that product immediately and consult your doctor or dermatologist before beginning to use that product again.) For more help applying Ferbs Cosmetics tattoo concealer to any part of your body check out our easy-to-use tattoo cover up directions.

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