I'm a makeup artist and I covered all of my tattoos in just a few steps – here's how you can do it too

ALTHOUGH most are certainly works of art, tattoos are permanently etched on your body, so there may be a time when you need to cover them up.

One pro revealed her trick to covering up all her ink in a matter of minutes, and you may already have the necessary products in your makeup bag.

Makeup artist Morgan Bianchi shared her secret in a social media video.

Although it may seem counterintuitive, she started by applying and smearing red lip liner over the black ink to color correct.

Using a brush, she then applied KVD Lock-It setting powder over the smeared lip liner. But you can use any high-coverage powder.

Next, Morgan used the KVD Lock-It foundation on top, then hit the spot with another layer of setting powder.

By now, her black ink was almost completely hidden, but she added an extra layer of coverage using concealer and more foundation.

To finish the tattoo coverup, she applied bronzer for a more natural look, and the result was a completely bare neck.

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Meanwhile, another makeup pro shared her trick to getting a full-coverage foundation without the cakey look.

She explained: “Something I really like to do when I’m using a dewier foundation… I place with my fingers where I want the most coverage to be and I let it dry down a little bit.

“That way I’ll get the most coverage in this area and then I can kind of blend it out.

“It’s great because this way I don’t have to layer more product on top.” 

Additionally, in case you get foundation on your clothes, especially around that tricky neck area, one beauty guru revealed his secret weapon: shaving foam.

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