Hey Beauties!
I was recently sent the Tattoo Camouflage Kit from the people at Veil Cover Cream to try out. I haven’t had much luck with super pigmented concealers because a lot of the time i find them really thick and cakey but i didn’t find that with Veil yes it is pigmented but it isnt cakey

What’s in the Tattoo Camouflage Kit

The kit contains a stacker of 5 cover creams, a loose translucent powder which is waterproof, a cleansing cream for cleaning up the area before applying the cover creams a toner to get rid of excess oils, a mixing pot, spatulas and a powder brush

Colour and Pigmentation

The Veil Cover Cream’s are really pigmented that is one of the main reasons for use, its for people who have bad scarring, pigmentation or bad acne but this kit is used for Covering tattoo’s I found these were extremely pigmented and covered a tattoo quite easily with a few layers. I covered one of my mums tattoos as a test id never covered a tattoo before so i don’t think i did amazing but it does look covered, I think the key is colour correct first then cover it i used the green to cover the orange/red tones then went over it with a colour close to her skin tone

The stacker comes with 5 different colours this is the light to medium and there is a medium to dark, although i think the Light to medium is quite dark you could always mix the white concealer in the little jar provided with the lightest shade to match your skin tone

Wear Time

The wear time is supposed to last all day and is fully waterproof so it wont come off even if water gets on it, i used the cover cream on my mum and it lasted at least 5 hours of her walking about untill she took it off at 9pm when it had been applied at 4pm in the afternoon. When you apply the found it sets the cover cream and makes it even more waterpoof and so it doesn’t transfer as it is quite emollient so once its set its not going anywhere until you remove it.

Packaging

Everyone knows im a sucker for good packaging and i love the way this kit is set out it has its on little zip bag for you to keep everything in, it has its own compartments too. I really like how the cover creams are packaged because they are all in the one stack and it is neat and tidy and really saves space so it would be perfect for you to carry around if you needed to

Price and Where to Buy

You can purchase the Tattoo Camouflage Kit from http://www.veilcovercream.com and the kit retials at £34.97 which i feel is a great deal because you get quite a lot of cover cream i use it to cover my mums tattoos and hardly used any.

The Good and The Bad
The Good?- They cover almost anything with ease
The Bad?- I wish the light kit was actually light as it is quite dark


What do you think of Veil Cover Cream?
Have you used any other Brands before?
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14 Comments
Wendy England 4th July 2013
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I purchased this kit after reading this and here is my review :D http://painttheukpink.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/veil-tattoo-cover-kit-reviewed.html xoxo

Wendy England 4th July 2013
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I purchased this kit after reading this and here is my review :D xoxo

Wendy England 14th June 2013
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Thank you for this post. I've heard great things about Veil for acne scarring but not heard about tattoo coverage. I'm going to invest in this kit now :) Wendy | http://painttheukpink.blogspot.co.uk Xoxo

Wendy England 14th June 2013
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Thank you for this post. I've heard great things about Veil for acne scarring but not heard about tattoo coverage. I'm going to invest in this kit now :) Wendy | Xoxo

Rachael Cocking 25th May 2013
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This is such a great idea, I didn't expect there to be specific products for tattoo cover up :)justrach.com xo

Rachael Cocking 25th May 2013
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This is such a great idea, I didn't expect there to be specific products for tattoo cover up :)justrach.com xo

Alison_H 24th May 2013
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That's very interesting Andy. In the past I've steered people to Vichy's Dermablend stick and liquid to cover tattoos etc.. but it does tend to transfer to clothing.

Alison_H 24th May 2013
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That's very interesting Andy. In the past I've steered people to Vichy's Dermablend stick and liquid to cover tattoos etc.. but it does tend to transfer to clothing.

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