Thursday, August 1, 2013

Mehron Tattoo Cover Up Instructions

This is tattoo cover that really works!

Instructions for applying Mehron's Tattoo Cover Up Makeup.

Follow the steps labeled and pictured above to achieve flawless coverage to hide your tattoos from sight!

Additional tattoo cover up tips:

Tattoo Cover Ring Makeup
Mehron Tattoo Cover Ring

Choose the tattoo cover that is closest to your skin color of the skin surrounding your tattoo that you want to cover. It's ok if the color does not match exactly, choose a shade lighter than your skin. If you are unsure then try the Tattoo Cover Ring pictured to have access to more than one color and also to be able to blend the colors. Then choose the cream foundation that does match your skin to blend it in.

Use Colorset Powder in between the tattoo cover and then again after the creme foundation to set the makeup, matte it, and make is smudge proof.

Colorset Setting Powder
Mehron Colorset Powder

For additional smudge proof coverage, try Mehron's Barrier Spray over your finished tattoo cover to make the makeup completely sweat proof and smudge proof.

Barrier Spray™
Mehron Barrier Spray

Always carry your tattoo cover up supplies with you if you are at an event where you don't want your tattoos to show, this way in case any accidental rub off can be covered up.

Mehron Makeup is a brand you can trust! It has been around for 80+ years!

Monday, October 29, 2012

Halloween Makeup

Halloween Makeup at

Halloween Makeup

For Halloween, we feature makeup kits, stage blood, fangs and more at Our professional quality makeup allows you to have the best special effects for your Halloween makeup!

Halloween Makeup Kits

Fake Blood


Special F/X Makeup

Body Makeup for Painting Your Whole Body

For the goriest, gross, and BEST Halloween makeup on the planet, check out our Bloody Mary Makeup!

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Good Luck To The Academy Award for Makeup Nominees!

Good luck and congratulation to the nominees for The Academy Award for Makeup at the Oscars tonight!

Martial Corneville, Lynne Johnston and Matthew W. Mungle for Albert Nobbs.

Nick Dudman, Amanda Knight and Lisa Tomblin for makeup on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2.

Mark Coulier and J. Roy Helland for makeup on The Iron Lady.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Face off Episode Three Highlights

Episode Three of Face Off is entitled 'Rock Your Body'. There are two makeup challenges in this episode, a foundation challenge - which is a tag team challenge with teams of 3 and then the Spotlight Challenge, where teams were paired up and had to body paint models to blend into a background image.

The foundation challenge was an interesting look at team work and the skills of picking up a theme quickly and completing it. Each team had a model with special effects contact lenses that were to be the motivation for the full face makeup. Each team only had one member able to see the model at a time. So it was up to the first team member on each team to start a clear path to their vision and then each consecutive member to come in and continue and then finish the same look. Beki and her team won for their vision and execution of their Alien makeup and prosthetics.

For the spotlight challenge, it was very artistically driven as each team received a backdrop to work with and two models - one had to be camouflaged into the backdrop and the other incorporated into the picture. Guest judge is hip hop artist Asher Roth and the winner will be chosen as his new album cover.

Each of the teams come up with amazing album covers and do their best to fit into a theme for Asher Roth's new album. Brea and Matt run into a huge road block when Brea's model gets sick and passes out with only minutes left in the competition. She is allowed to get a new model and an additional 6 hours to complete it, but means that she had to pull double duty and finish by herself.

Her hard work ends up paying off as their team wins the challenge with their amazing sneaker mural!

We have the type of makeup to do these types of things and this type of artwork. Add your own talent!

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Face Off Episode Two Highlights

I have been looking forward to this WaterWorld makeup episode for probably months, since I saw the first preview for Face Off Season Two. Season Two of the makeup artist competition featured only one spotlight makeup challenge that was well worthy of the focus. The makeup artists were split up into 6 teams of two, with the exception of Brea who got to pick a team and make a team of three.

The teams took some time to check out fish and aquatic animals at an aquarium to pick one animal to replicate on their model. The real kicker is that their models will be completely submerged under water in a tank in front of the judges for the evaluation. That means that the makeup, prosthetics, and costume pieces all have to withstand being underwater! The results really were amazing and worth the hype and the wait!

I really loved the LionFish character that was created by Athena and Heather, but you have got to hand it to the winners were Matt and Tara's iridescent, flowy lyretail basslet fish. I had high hopes for the two teams that were both making dragonfish makeup characters, one of my favorite sea creatures. Here are some pics from the Face Off website:

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Face Off Episode One Highlights

Face Off is a makeup competition on the SyFy Channel. The show has professional makeup artists who specialize in special effects and theatrical makeup pitted against each other. Each episode one contestant is eliminated and the rest of the contestants are one step closer to being the next movie makeup magician!

Fourteen makeup artists begin the competition. Who gets eliminated is up to the show's judges are three-time Academy Award winner Ve Neill (Pirates of the Caribbean, Edward Scissorhands) and Hollywood veterans Glenn Hetrick (Heroes, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files) and Patrick Tatopoulos (Underworld, Independence Day, Resident Evil: Extinction) as Face Off's judges.

Episode One of Season Two is called Return to Oz. And starts out with last year's champion Connor McCullagh and the show's host McKenzie Westmore assign the first challenge to the contestants: transform their live model into a character that represents their makeup style. The winner is Gerald with his Elvan Queen.

And that means that he has immunity for the spotlight challenge and cannot be sent home.

The spotlight challenge was one I really loved because I am a huge Wizard of Oz fan. The makeup artists were split into two teams: the girls vs. the boys. Each had to design 4 iconic Wizard of Oz characters into a re-imagined design.

Here are the characters the boys came up with:

And the girls won with their fabulous re-imagined Wizard of Oz makeup and costumes:

The Wicked Witch makeup and headpiece for the Wicked Witch was really cool, but my favorite was the Spooky Scarecrow:

The girls won, so someone from the boys' team had to be sent home and it was Greg, the judges were not impressed with the chest he designed for the Tin Woodsman.