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February 2015

Veil Tattoo Kit Refills 24/02/2015
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Veil Tattoo Kit Refills

When it comes to tattoos we think they’re great pieces of art work however, there may come a time in your life where you may want to cover and hide your ink. Some brides like to cover their tattoos for their big day whilst others may simply want to conceal their art for an occasion such as a job interview. Whatever the case here at Veil we are here to help with our Tattoo Camouflage Kits. Our kits contains everything you need to prep your skin and conceal your tattoos... Read More

How Do I Remove Veil Cover Cream? 23/02/2015
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How Do I Remove Veil Cover Cream?

Here at Thomas Blake Cosmetics Creams Ltd we often get asked how to remove our Veil Cover Cream. Because our Cover Cream has such great lasting power, especially when our Finishing Powder is applied on top, our Skincare range is perfect for easy, fuss free removal. Check out our quick and easy guide below on how to remove your camouflage makeup.   Step 1: Cleanse The first step to removing your Veil Cover Cream is to thoroughly cleanse the skin. To do this you should take a small amount of the Veil... Read More

Sue's Story 16/02/2015
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Sue’s Story

Sue shares her story and experience of using Veil Cover Cream: “When I was born in 1957 I had a large raised Port Wine stain on the left hand side of my face covering a large area around my eye,  cheek  and nose. After my Parents initial shock especially my Mum they set about trying to find the best treatment. My parents found a specialist in London (the best in Europe at the time) and it was from his consultation that they were put in touch with VEIL.  They saw... Read More

Amy Elsegood's Story 16/02/2015
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Amy Elsegood’s Story

Amy Elsegood is a young lady from Ripon in North Yorkshire. In 2014 Amy appeared in the media after she shared her “No makeup selfie”  with the world where she showed her Port Wine Stain Birthmark. Since sharing her story Amy has inspired many people. Her is Amy’s story: “I was 7 years old when I first came to veil cover cream, for a camouflage colour match to cover the Port-wine stain birthmark that covered almost half my face. At that point I knew I was different to other children. Once I got my colour... Read More