Canadians: Don'tbbe Charlie Sheen, try makeup for unwanted tattoos
American actor, Charlie Sheen, has reportedly been in a little bit of hot water as of late and plenty of Canadian media sources are covering his latest experiences. It was revealed that after he was arrested for reportedly threatening his wife, the authorites found out he has a total of 15 tattoos on his body.
The Canadian entertainment news provider, Jam.canoe.ca explained that Sheen is removing the artwork with lazer surgery - but the less rich and famous among us might want to try special makeup that serves the purpose at a better price.
If you're regretting that butterfly tattoo, thick makeup can provide an excellent mask for the design. The makeup certainly is not your run of the mill concealer, powder and foundation cream. These blends are a bit heavier, but the blog, Makeupnotebook.com advises that for tattoos that will be under sheer shirts or dresses, regular makeup works just as well.
For heavier, more visible artwork, you'll need to use the specially formulated tattoo makeup, which can take a bit of time, effort and several layers, but this might be worth it for special events like weddings, for example.