June 11, 2014

Tat2U - 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream: before & after, pics, swatches, review!

Hello, Beautiful!

I have yet another great product from Tat2U to share with you today! In this post I'll talk about their 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream. I have three shades: Light Beige, Medium Beige and the Tat2U Blue Neutralizer. I use all three shades and I'll explain how I use them in my review below. These creamy concealers are great for hiding dark under eye circles, blemishes, hyper pigmentation, and even tattoos. Check out all the product info, along with my full review, after the pics!

Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream
Shades: Light Beige, Medium Beige, Tat2U Blue Neutralizer 
Continue scrolling down to see more pics of each individual shade.

As you can sell below, this was my first attempt to cover a tattoo. I wasn't precise or careful, and I didn't allow layers to fully set/dry in between, so if I had taken my time and done this properly it would have covered it flawlessly. I also didn't even try to blend it out into the rest of my skin, but I still wanted to post this so you could see that it can cover a tattoo. More details about this in my review below.

Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream
Shades: Light Beige


Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream
Shades: Medium Beige


Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream
Shades: Tat2U Blue Neutralizer 


Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream Info & Review:
Cost/Availability: $18.00 (0.14 oz full size). Available on the Tat2U website and everywhere else Tat2U is sold.
My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Kisses

Product Info...

Use to cover the simplest or most extreme imperfections while maintaining a natural look!

Available in 8 shades:
  • Fair
  • Light Beige
  • Medium Beige
  • Golden Beige
  • Suntan
  • Medium Warm
  • Dark Warm
  • Tat2 Blue Neutralizer

My Review...

I'll be honest and say when I first opened these and looked at them, I didn't think they'd be very creamy. If you look at the pictures they kind of looked dried out, with slight cracks in product. But I was very pleasantly surprised when I rubbed my finger across them to find they were extremely creamy and not even close to being dried out!

I have three shades: Light Beige, Medium Beige and Tat2U Blue Neutralizer. I use all three shades for different reasons.

The Light Beige shade is actually my preferred shade for under my eyes to conceal and brighten. It's a little on the light side to conceal imperfections on my face, so that's where I use Medium Beige. I sometimes will even mix Light Beige and Medium Beige together.

The shade Tat2U Blue Neutralizer is a great first step to conceal those dark, purple/blue under eye circles! It makes an excellent neutralizer and then you can apply your regular concealer on top and you'll look flawless. For my before & after pic of my under eye, I didn't use the Tat2U Blue Neutralizer only because I wanted to show how well the Light Beige covered on its own. If you like the effect that Benefit's Erase Paste has to help conceal your dark circles, but hate the Erase Paste formula, then the Tat2U Blue Neutralizer is a great option to look into. I actually lost my Benefit Erase Paste (which was one of the only products to help neutralize my dark circles) so when I got the Tat2U Blue Neutralizer I was happy to find it works just as well, if not better (and the formulation is thinner and easier to blend compared to the Benefit Erase Paste).

I do find that the shade jump from Light Beige to Medium Beige is a big intense. There is no shade in between and I find that Medium Beige was too dark for me, but as I'm getting more of a tan it's working out well on its own. That's another reason I mixed Light Beige and Medium Beige; just so I could get a perfect match for my skin to cover blemishes and hyper pigmentation marks.

I have problems with cream products never setting up on my face, but what I really like about this product is how quickly it dries down. It dries down to an almost powder-like finish, not tacky or sticky. Of course I still set it under my eyes, but I wouldn't really need to with this one.

As for covering tattoos, you can see my semi-failed first attempt to cover one of my tattoos. I really wasn't trying to be careful or precise, and I didn't allow layers to fully dry/set, so I think that's why it didn't cover as well as I know it can. With correct application, this concealer cream can cover a tattoo. I'll have to post some photos in the future on my Instagram showing how well it can cover them.

For those wanting to know what I did for that tattoo cover up, I first used the Tat2U Blue Neutralizer, then set it with a power. I just used the Coty Airspun Loose Powder. Then I applied the Medium Beige shade, and set that with a powder. I did a second layer of Medium Beige and another layer of powder.

Final Thoughts...

This is a great concealer cream that will cover dark circles, blemishes, hyper pigmentation and other flaws you may have. It's also powerful enough to cover tattoos. If you're looking for that kind of coverage from a concealer, then I recommend checking out the Tat2U 2 Cover U Extreme Cover Cream.

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of this concealer? Have you tried this or is this on your beauty wish list? Discuss in the comments below.

1 comment:

  1. Holy cow the coverage is insane and it really does cover up your tattoo very well! I would love the light and medium shades!


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