Posted October 08, 2018 11:04:21With fashion and technology increasingly moving away from traditional body paint and toward the more natural and organic appearance of natural skin, brands like Abercrombie and Fitch are making strides to cover up tattoos.
In 2016, Abercrambie began selling a collection of “Over the Top” tattoo covers, which feature real ink that’s painted onto the body.
In 2016, Fitch announced a new line of “Hair” tattoos that feature “over the top” tattoos and can be worn in various ways.
This year, Abercey introduced a collection called “Hood,” which features more than 100 tattoos, including ones of a man, woman, and child.
“Hood” is designed to help with hair removal and body hair removal, and is available in a variety of colors, including a pink one, blue one, green, and orange.
In addition, Abercia has launched an app called “Skin & Soul” that features over 100 styles of body paint.
According to a recent report, AberCie is the first major brand to offer an “Over The Top” collection of body painting and body-safe body ink.
Fashion is often a safe place to go to cover your tattoos.
But, according to the National Tattoo Association, there’s no need to wear fake body paint or fake ink in the public eye.
Tattoos are part of your personality, not a fashion statement, and should not be worn as an excuse to dress in a way that’s out of line with your identity.