Dermablend has long been known for its heavy-duty cover-up, but this new commercial really cements its reputation. In it, an average-looking guy slowly reveals himself to be tattoo-covered model "Zombie Boy" Rick Genest. His name might not be immediately familiar, but Genest's tattoos should be. He's the guy with the full-body skeleton tattoos from Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" video and it's impressive to see him look so "normal" (although his gaze is still rather intense!). There's no airbrushing, and the whole video was done in a single take. Dermablend says it took three makeup artists and four tubes of Dermablend Leg and Body Cover, along with Leg and Body Tattoo primer and setting powder, to take Genest from zombie to regular, if not as remarkable, dude. Watch it and you'll never doubt the power of concealer again.
Rumours have been swirling that Eva Longoria is (wisely) lasering off all three of the tattoos she has related to soon-to-be ex-husband Tony Parker. It's hard enough ending a relationship, but when body art is also part of what's left, it can be particularly depressing. Heck, any ink you don't like anymore can leave you feeling embittered. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to wipe away pieces you no longer want. To find out more, just keep reading.