Tattoo Cover up Frequently Asked Questions

Tattoo Cover up FAQ’s

Questions & Answers about Ferbs Cosmetics, Tattoo Cover Up & Tattoos

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Tattoo Cover up

[learn_more caption="Where can I buy Ferbs Cosmetics products?"] Currently Ferbs Cosmetics is only distributed online and in select retail outlets. For more information feel free to contact us. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="How many different Skin Tones does Tattoo Undercover come in?"]

  1. Light
  2. Medium-Light
  3. Medium
  4. Medium-Dark
  5. Dark

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[learn_more caption="How many Skin Tones does Alibi Setting Powder come in?"]

  • Light
  • Light/Medium
  • Medium
  • Medium/Dark
  • Dark

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[learn_more caption="How can I determine my skin tone?"] Check out this helpful blog post created by our expert esthetician What skin tone is right for you? [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="How do I cover my tattoo with Ferbs temporary tattoo cover up?"] Check out our Tattoo Coverup Directions. Additionally you may want to take a look at our tattoo cover up page for additional ways to cover a tattoo in a pinch. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="How many applications do I need to apply?"] Typically 3-5 THIN applications are necessary to receive optimal results, but more or fewer applications may be necessary based upon your unique tattoo and skin type. We emphasize thin applications of Tattoo Undercover because thin applications dry faster. For more helpful tips and tricks please visit our Tattoo Coverup Directions. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="How do I cover my tattoo with Ferbs temporary tattoo cover up?"] Check out our Tattoo Cover up Directions.[/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="What “tools” are necessary?"] We recommend that you use the Ferbs Foundation Brush to apply Tattoo Undercover and Ferbs Jumbo Powder Dome to dust on Alibi Setting Powder. Sponges tend to produce unacceptable results. In a pinch it is suggested you use a generic foundation brush to apply Tattoo Undercover and a generic Powder Brush to apply Alibi Setting Powder. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="Do I need to apply Alibi Setting Powder?"] YES! Alibi Setting Powder that keeps Tattoo Undercover from rubbing off on clothing and revealing your ink. Alibi Setting Powder it is crucial for blending the temporary tattoo coverup with your skin tone and locking the tattoo coverup makeup in place. [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="Will Tattoo Undercover rub off on my clothes?"] When Alibi Setting Powder is applied over top of Tattoo Undercover (and after Tattoo Undercover has finished drying completely), the cosmetic is prevented from rubbing off on clothing. For more visit Tattoo Makeup That Won’t Rub Off on Clothes! [/learn_more]

[learn_more caption="Can I get Tattoo Undercover wet (or swim in it?)"] Yes, Tattoo Undercover is very water-resistant (waterproof). However, minimal testing has been made toward the effects of mixing our products with salt or chlorine, so we recommend you “tread lightly” in water. [/learn_more]

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