Available in 12 shades to suit many skin tones. Smudge-resistant. Easy to apply. Fragrance-free and non-comedogenic. Great for sensitive skin and allergy sufferers. Lasts up to 16 hours.
Will transfer to clothes if not set properly with powder.
Available in a wide variety of colors to suit a range of skin tones. Affordable. Extremely easy to apply. Full matte coverage is waterproof and lasts up to 24 hours.
Not ideal for very dark, large, or pigmented tattoos.
Palette available in two shades. Each palette has five colors for mixing to find your perfect shade. Smudge-proof. Waterproof. Dries fast. Matte finish.
Pricey compared to other tattoo concealers.
Two blendable tones to create your perfect skin match. Skin-friendly with no harmful chemicals. Long-lasting coverage is budge-resistant and waterproof. Fast and easy to apply.
Some wish the set came with more product.
Blendable formula provides great coverage for tattoos, but can also be useful for scars, bruising, or loss of pigmentation. Waterproof and long-lasting but also light and breathable. No sticky residue.
Can take some time to find the right blend of colors for your skin tone.
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Whether you regret that tat from years past, or need to cover it up to be socially or professionally appropriate, tattoo concealers are a great fix for temporarily hiding your ink. Tattoo concealers are just like undereye or blemish concealers, only they are for any part of your body and provide heavier, more long-lasting coverage over vibrant colors (the concealers contain colored pigments to neutralize the dominant color(s) of your tattoo). We recommend buying a palette with different shades if your tattoo has a range of colors; otherwise one single concealer should be sufficient. The best tattoo concealers cost about $30.