Why do people need tattoo cover up?

There are plenty of reasons why people use our tattoo cover-up

Here are some of the most common:

1. Tattoo cover-up for Weddings

On your wedding day, you get to choose who you want to be. Going for all-out glamour and sophistication? Found the perfect wedding dress but your tattoo doesn't quite match the look. 

The best tattoo cover-up for a wedding is the one that allows you to feel comfortable about the look you have chosen. It should easily and flawlessly hide your tattoo in such a way so as you don't have to worry about it smudging, coming off on your dress or losing its cover power.

 2. Tattoo concealer makeup for Job interviews.

Another big reason that people buy our tattoo concealer is for job interviews.

Sometimes, a job interview can be a doorway to a whole new life, a dream job or a dream career. For people who aren't certain of the lie of the land at the dream gig, it is safer and more relaxing to cover a tattoo for an interview until you get a sense of how a tattoo would be received.

3. Sometimes people regret their tattoos

Around 27% of Australians who have tattoos say that they regret, "to some extent", that they got a tattoo.  Around 15% have looked into how to cover a tattoo with makeup or commenced or researched information about tattoo removal.

Here are some random fun facts about tattoos in Australia. Ready? 

Fun Fact Number 1:

Words in your tattoo are almost as popular as pictures

Most people (72%) have a tattoo of a symbol, design or picture. 1 in 5 Australians, however (19%) instead have a word or phrase. Apparently,  there has been a significant upswing in the trend of using phrases or words. a category which has seen a massive increase over the last few years.

 Regrets?

Around 27% of Australians who have tattoos say that they regret, "to some extent", that they got a tattoo.  Around 15% have looked into how to cover a tattoo with makeup or commenced or researched information about tattoo removal. 

Tattoos are not just for the young folk

This one was a surprise to me. More than a third (around 35%) of people got their first tattoo when they were older than 26. Even more surprising is that at least  1 in 5 (20%) Australians got their first tattoo when they were older than their mid-30s/ Who knew? Gen Y's have the highest proportion of tattoos of any generation, coming in at 3 in 10 (or 29%)

 

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