Tattoo cover up is becoming more popular these days, especially at weddings with either the bride or a bridesmaid having obvious tattoos that the bride may not want as a distraction in their professional wedding photos (...what the bride wants...).
My unique technique of using alcohol based inks to neutralise the colours in your tattoos and a sweat and budge proof opaque cream camouflage means the coverage is super thin ... and a thin coverage means a very natural looking cover up.
Deep tattoos with scarring will still show under the camouflage. Although the colour will be gone the raised skin will still be visible.
Rough, dry skin or loose skin will collect the colour exaggerating the skin underneath.
Fine hair needs to be shaved as it will show up under the camouflage.
Areas that have a lot of movement such as the neck, underarms and inside the elbow can naturally wear so you will be given a pot of camouflage to touch up.
For brides with tattoos on the inside arm, a trial will be required to test the wearability of the alcohol inks against a white top. Please note that textured fabric such as lace and sequins will add another level of wear to the camouflage.