Tats Be Gone (For Now) From Bellezza The Salon At Caesars Atlantic City

Last updated: May 24, 2013 at 5:15 pm. Posted by in Uncategorized. No Comments on Tats Be Gone (For Now) From Bellezza The Salon At Caesars Atlantic City.

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Apparently October and November are the new June and July because there have been like a zillion weddings around Atlantic City lately. Weddings are great and all, but there are two potential problems: Ugly bridesmaid dresses and tats.

Luckily though, Bellezza The Salon at Caesars Atlantic City can fix that tattoo issue, should you want them temporarily covered up. Makeup artist Ashley Pacula was on the prowl for a solution after being asked by numerous brides and bridesmaids through the years, and soon stumbled upon Kett Cosmetics.

Ashley tells us why Kett is so fab: “The Kett Cosmetic make up is an oiled-based make up, which means it is a high definition. The makeup is called Hydro Proof makeup, it is water-proof, smudge-proof, and completely non-transferable. Most make up is water-based so the oil-based is what gives it such great coverage to where the tattoo is completely gone.”

This also means that you’re safe if you get caught in a downpour or are sweating profusely.

Check out some of these before and afters.

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Isn’t that totally awesome? And it only takes 10-15 minutes for a small tat and about 30 mins to an hour for a larger one. Price is based on size and coloring, and starts at $35.

So if you find yourself in a situation where you would rather not show your ink, call up Bellezza at Caesars AC. Quick, painless and simple.

 

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A music junkie and pop culture nerd, Jackie has been storytelling and producing exclusive content through various forms of media since she was a teenager running online fan clubs on Yahoo Groups. Remember those? A Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Ithaca College took her to the City of Angels where she scored bylines in The Hollywood Reporter and dabbled in music PR. An East Coast girl at heart, she circled back to her home state of New Jersey where she penned Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City’s Atlantic City Blog and hasn’t looked back since.

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