Hiding Your Body Art

Body art is today considered to be an art form that represents the modern day as the monolithic pillars represented ancient Greece. Good body art represents beauty, finesse and skill that cannot be denied its place in the modern world. However, in today’s world there are still some arts of society that look down upon these art forms simply due to the fact of reasoning such as “you don’t put a bumper sticker on a Ferrari”. None the less, most people who hold those vies are people that most of aim to keep in the good books such as bosses, mothers, grandmother’ and maybe the good members of the judiciary. Sometimes you look at your body art and it serves as reminder of a mistake which you hope to forget. Either way like a bumper sticker on a Ferrari, sometimes you need to take it off.

If you do not need to take it off permanently but need to cover it up for your grandmother’s 90th birthday celebration with the church crowd, then the best option is make up. A combination of primer and liquid foundation will have sufficient coverage power but make sure to remember to use waterproof make up otherwise one swipe of your hand and some poor old lady’s Sunday best will be ruined. Another more permanent method of covering it up is by way of technology which is similar to the technology of those advertisements which read best IPL machine.

Laser tattoo removal is one of the most effective and permanent forms of body art removal but it is also one of the more costly and painful options. But then again, you don’t get your skin inked without a little pain, so this won’t come as a surprise. Unfortunately, contrary to popular belief, this treatment does not take off ink in one treatment but happens in the course of sever appointments where the skin pigment that has been drawn on is burnt away layer by layer until it no longer can be seen.

Another method of covering up unfortunate body art – maybe a reminder of a former lover or a night out whose only evidence is the horrible mistake upon your skin, is by way of drawing over with new and better body art. However, the recommendation is that the second time around, the job should be done by someone who knows what they are dong and is able to make your unfortunate mistake turn into a work of art. There are many forms of in which you can cover up body art either temporarily or permanently, either way, you need to choose a method that works for you based on what you want to get out of it.