God Bless America, Hannah is posting about those awful tattoos again.
Sorry bout it. *snaps finger*
This is a post of a different, much less ranty nature.
This is extremely true. It is absurd. And like I said before, a body modification does not and should not be thought to correlate whatsoever to the soul within the body.
And even though many of you out there are not judgmental, and not ridiculously prejudiced, despite your own personal convictions and whatnot with tattoos, there are still some opportunities that might be lost to a tattooed person.
So I am here to show you how to trick those types of nonsensical people into thinking you are just like them, tattoo less and nonsensical.
(I am not referring to people who do not have tats of their own, rather the people who are so opposed to them they treat people differently.)
NOW LET'S COVER UP THOSE PERSONAL PIECES OF ARTWORK THAT WERE NEVER MEANT TO BE COVERED! YEAH!
Side note: It looks like I am using a lot of products here, but to break it down for you, all you need is
-a red lipstick
all of which can be purchased for a very minimal amount at the drugstore. You just need the three different concealers (a cool toned, neutral toned, and warm toned) to better blend in the skin. The idea is to create a bruise with the red lipstick, so as to match everything out, and then proceed as best one can to effectively conceal such a large and dark spot.
Begin with your tattoo. Obviously. Make sure the skin is clean and dry.
Put some red lipstick on and around the tattooed skin. This is going to act a base that will make everything the same undertone. This is even more important for those of you with colored tattoos. For black and white, it is not completely necessary, but I chose to do so for the sake of the tutorial.
Let the lipstick dry for 5-10 minutes. Chances are, it is not going to dry completely, so don't waste your time. You just need to give it room to set.
Carefully, in PATTING MOTIONS, place a cool undertone concealer on top of the red.
This is going to counteract the redness. You could also use a green concealer, but I did not have one with me.
This is basically like covering up a bruise.
Again, blend it out in patting motions. You will apply more layers, so don't worry about getting everything covered.
Apply a second layer, and pat it out the same.
Put on a more neutral concealer. Pat it away as usual. The neutral is going to allow the pink from the previous concealer to set more naturally into your skin color.
Last layer! Apply a warm toned concealer, or one that matches as close as possible to your true skin color. Pat this out, and make sure to cover up all the edges, blending outwards.
Set it with translucent powder, or one that matches your skin. It doesn't really matter which color, just that you set the liquid products well so that they don't transfer onto anything or slide around.
AND YOU'RE DONE!
NOW GO OUT AND PRETEND THAT YOU CARE WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF YOU!