Skin Camouflage makeup can be applied to achieve truly amazing results when concealing skin imperfections such as unwanted tattoos, burn scars, rosacea, vitiligo and covering acne scars.
The camouflage makeup is fragrance free, waterproof, smudge resistant and has a unique opaque coverage which conceals without caking. It's high concealing properties are such that it can even be used effectively over stubble growth.
- Maximum coverage make-up
- Makeup to cover birthmarks
- Makeup to hide tattoos
- Scar camouflage makeup
- Professional DVD included
How to Use:
Skin Colour Match: Creating the skin match is the most difficult part of skin camouflage, and the process is one that will take the most time. Once you have created the correct colour for your skin, make a mental note of the ratio you have used. For larger areas you may find it easier to pre-mix a larger amount than needed and keep in a sealed container.
Wash your hands and the area you wish toc onceal before you begin, removing any oils from the skin surface with a mild skin toner. Squeeze a small amount of cream that most closely matches your skin colour into your palm. With your little finger, swirl the cream around. Lightly dab the camouflage onto your skin next to the area you wish to camouflage. It may be that your initial choice of colour is too light, or too dark. If so, remove. Blend adding a lighter or darker cream and re-test.
Step 1 - Application
Finger tip application: Use your finger tips to dab the cream onto the area until it is fully covered. Rubbing the cream onto the skin may aggravate some skin conditions.
Sponge application: If you wish to cover a large area, you may find it quicker and easier to use the sponge included.
Brush application: If you only have small areas to cover, you may find the fine brush supplied in the kit is more accurate.When camouflaging a narrow scar, you may find it easier to use a thin, square ended brush to paint the camouflage skin match colour straight onto the scar only and not onto the surrounding area. In some instances this is not easily achieved, for example, if the scar shape is too irregular. In these cases carefully blend the camouflage over the immediate surrounding skin as you would with other large areas of cover.
Step 2 - Blurring edges
With a clean finger, gently tap the camouflage. This will blur the margin and help sink the camouflage into the area.
Step 3 - Fixing
Fixing and blotting the camouflage help to make it water and smudge resistant. To fix use a good quantity of powder to cover the camouflaged area using a puff. Press and roll the powder over the area.
Step 4 - Brushing
Wait a couple of minutes then brush off any excess powder. Brush in the same direction of hair growthto ensure hairs lie flat to the skin. Any cream attached to hairs should brush off.
Step 5 - Blotting
If further coverage is needed, allow a few minutes for the first application to dry and set. Apply additional camouflage cream as required. Dampen a flannel sponge and gently press over the camouflaged area. Blotting removes any chalkinessthe powder may have created, and accelerate thesetting of the camouflage creams.
For more details on how to hide strongly coloured tattoos, along with complimentary colour theory, please download the instructions by clicking on PDF Instructions below.
- For use on all skin types. Do not apply to broken, infected, inflamed skin or unhealed scar tissue.
- For external use only. Do not ingest.
- Do not apply to broken, infected, inflamed skin or unhealed scar tissue.
- Wash hands before beginning application andensure area to be camouflaged is clean. Remove any oil from the skin surface you wish to conceal with a mild skin toner.
- Avoid direct contact with eyes. If cream gets into eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. Should you notice any changes in your skin, and in particular any change to the colour or size of a mole, you must contact your doctor for a clinical diagnosis and you must stop using the Skin Camouflage until your medical practitioner has given you permission to continue.
- With the exception of tattoos, it is always best to seek yourdoctor’s permission to proceed with Skin Camouflage, as you might, without realising it, be concealing a condition that requires medical attention.
- Sponge segments
- Brush set
- Dark base foundation
- Light base foundation
- Medium base foundation
- White base foundation
- Fixing powder
- 10ml mixing pot
- Powder puff
- Foundation sponge
How do I camouflage strongly coloured tattoos? For most tattoos simply using the skin colour matched camouflage will be sufficient to hide the tattoo. However, with strongly coloured designs you may wish to try applying a thin base layer of the complimentary colour (see following section) to cover the tattoo area, before applyingy our skin colour matched camouflage cream. Apply a thin layer of the complimentary colour to cover the tattoo area, and set with fixing powder. Then apply your skin colour matched camouflage cream as normal. Using complimentary colour in this way can have dramatic results.
What is complimentary colour therapy? If you are having difficulty camouflaging highly coloured tattoos, using some additional pigmented creams (generally available from theatrical make-up shops) together with the complimentary colour theory may help. The complimentary colour theory uses the principal of opposite colours on the colour wheel to cancel each other out. For black tattoos the complimentary colour is white, for a green and lilac tattoo you would use a pale terracotta pink colour.
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