JORDANE - Tattoo Coverage (Cream) Mini Palette
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- Order number: 19-1257
- EAN: 776807560121
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JORDANE - Total Tattoo Coverage (Cream) Mini Palette - designed by Randy Dandlin
JORDANE Total Tattoo Cover is a specially designed cover-up that completely covers your tattoo.
Fast drying, smudge-proof, waterproof and transfer-resistant. This light and highly pigmented composition dries in seconds. Total Tattoo Cover may be used to tattoo, dark circles, age spots and other skin conditions that you want to cover. It has no unwanted effect and does not pose a health risk to your skin. It is creamy and may be mixed to get an individual tattoo cover. There is no need for a fixing powder or activator, but only a sponge or a brush and the product to achieve the desired coverage. Total Tattoo Coverage is a very sought-after product that is used intensively in film and TV. It can be diluted with our JORDAN "Rejuvenator " so that the product can be used as a full-day foundation base. The primary colors of our entire tattoo cover product can be used as clown colors or as base color (complete this statement) ...
The best part is that you can remove this cover at any time to re-discover your tattoo because they have not removed your tattoo but only covered it. If you ever plan to cover the tattoo on your body instead of removing it, then this is the perfect solution for you.
Instructions for a full tattoo cover:
Use an astringent or similar to remove excess oils or fats from the skin surface for maximum adhesion.
For dark pigmented tattoos, start with an orange or pink alcohol color to neutralize the intense color. One does not sting it out, but only dampens the intensity of the blackness. Alcohol paints like Skin illustrator dry in seconds.
Using a spatula, remove a small amount of Cream Foundation from the individual compartments, spread on the inside of the lid and use the lid as a pallet. In this way you do not contaminate the individual pigment squares.
With a brush or sponge, you can now apply the paint to the skin of the model. Use at least three skin tones and apply the colors layer by layer. Allow the paint to dry on the skin for 20 to 30 seconds with each coat. The cream is heat-activated so that the use of a hair dryer fixes the color faster. Test with your finger if the paint is smudge-proof. Once the layer is dry, apply the second one. Dry them and continue until the tattoo is covered to your satisfaction.
If the tattoo should come into contact with the wardrobe, a fixing spray is recommended as additional protection. Preference is given to a water-based seal such as maekup's H2o Sealer.
If too much paint is applied, it dries like a waterless seabed and can flake off. This dried surface may be diluted and mixed with 99% isopropyl alcohol. The same applies to all densely colored edges. Stir with an alcohol soaked sponge or a brush.
In order to lend the skin more liveliness, it is advisable to use the pigmentary colors: red, green and blue dissolved in alcohol, sprinkle with a (tooth) brush on the covered areas of skin until the desired "restlessness" of the natural skin is restored.
Please pack Jordane Cream pallets airtight, as light-protected and well-tempered as possible between your inserts.
Scope of supply: 1 mini-palette + 15ml "Rejuvenator" for thinning and refreshing
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