Monday, May 01, 2006

Cool new product!!!

I've been debating over the past few weeks on whether or not I should try to mask my tattoo on my wedding day (it's a small-ish sun I designed myself and it's located on my right shoulder). Sure, my tattoo is a part of who I am, and it is very special to me, but there will be a lot of older people at the wedding (lotsa seniors!!) and I also don't know what kind of effect my tattoo will have on the 'look' of my wedding dress. Should I be traditional for just one day and cover it up??

My sister-in-law, Lele (aka Elisha) has been great in helping me find a way to mask my tattoo. She told me about this amazing product called Cover FX. Cover FX offers maximum coverage, is natural looking, waterproof and is a concealer/foundation all in one. It's good for people with sensitive skin (like me!), it's got vitamin E and SPF 30, and is not tested on animals. It's good for all-day-wear, and doesn't I won't have to worry about messing up my wedding dress!! (Thanks, Lele!)

Size :: 12 g / 0.42 ozPrice :: Can/US - $37.00


Stephen said...

There's been something similar to this on the market for years. There was a stripper I was talking to years and years ago (Don't ask) and she used something like it to cover up tattoos that she thought people would find offensive. Maybe you could ask one to compare products. Do you get many strippers on Manitoulan?

Chrissy121875 said...

LOL! Haven't met any strippers here on the island :p

Anonymous said...

Hope it works Chrissy!!! O_o :) Lele

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