It’s that time of the year. The glitz and glamour of a spectacular destination blended with dazzling faces and unique themes. The wedding season is in full swing. But, amidst the grandeur and festivities lies the important encounter with friends, relatives and acquaintances, some of them close, some of them you’ve barely met but, all of them with a lot of curiosity about your life.

There is a league of relatives known for giving the best advice on education. And then there is a successful lot of relatives waiting to share their knowledge on the career choices you make. The fashion experts are the best at observation and compliments. And who can forget the adorable match-makers of the family – providing the best future prospects for you.

In totality, most of them are well-wishers wanting to help you in different genres of your life. And due to the years of practice that you’ve gained, you are an expert in answering, occasionally dodging and frequently handling their questions.

But, there is one topic that is still difficult to explain, yet garners the most attention. Very much like watching the movie ‘Inception.’ It is a fascinating watch, everyone has their own interpretation of the story yet, very few fully understand it.  And that very mysterious topic is that of the permanent Tattoo you got.

Getting a tattoo is an important decision someone makes after putting much thought into it. It is usually something that has deeply influenced a person and is therefore, a part of his/ her existence. However, some ideologies are difficult to explain to the opposite person, mainly when the person doesn’t believe or stand for that concept. And there is also a risk of being stereotyped as being ‘very modern’ or ‘a rebel’ that might not always be good for your reputation. At such times, what most people would prefer is to hide that body art from plain view, instead of having to explain what it means in the middle of a glamorous Sangeet performance on ‘Galla goodiyan.’

As cleverly put by an intelligent man, ‘Prevention is better than Cure.’ And although this seems like a complex task to accomplish, especially with all eyes on you and the Facebook and Instagram pictures you’re going to be tagged in, it really isn’t.  All thanks to an important savior in your Make up kit called Foundation.

The Products you need for your little Cover-up:

  1. Foundation (As per your skin tone)
  2. Vaseline or Petroleum Jelly
  3. Talcum powder
  4. A Brush
  5. A sponge

Watch our video to see how to do it right:

Yogesh Chavan
Yogesh Chavan
I started writing on this blog in November 2011, with a keen interest with Indian Ethnic Fashion, Since I didn't have any experience or could not get an entry-level position or an internship, I made the decision for blogging to demonstrate my writing talents as well as my love of Indian Ethnic fashion. I posted my Indian style ideas and suggestions that help others try something new and to have fun in their clothes, regardless of Size. I generally disagree with the fashion standards of most people and do not believe in wearing clothes that fit your body shape.